Ecore’s rubber products are manufactured with post-consumer recycled rubber tires salvaged from America’s junkyards and landfills. As North America's largest user of recycled scrap tire rubber, Ecore processes more than 80 million pounds of scrap tire rubber each year, helping to conserve more than one million barrels of oil. The tires are ground into clean rubber granules, triple distilled to eliminate any metal, dirt, or fibers, and bound together using a water-based polyurethane polymer.
Ecore also produces a wide variety of cork products for industrial markets. Ecore is the only full-line U.S. manufacturer of cork and cork/rubber - products, which are manufactured from rapidly renewable and harvested resources - cork trees - to ensure the highest quality sustainable composition. Ecore's conscious raw material selections and production processes result in a diverse portfolio of durable and environmentally supportive product solutions for a broad variety of applications.
Ecore’s corporate tradition is rooted in doing what’s right long-term for the environment, while striving to exceed customer expectations and to make their experience a positive one. Ecore is committed to improving lives, now and for generations to come.