Bondaflex Recycled Rubber Provides Green Solution for Industrial, Construction Applications
April 16, 2009 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsMonmouth Rubber & Plastics Corp. is re-introducing its Bondaflex recycled rubber as an environmentally conscious alternative for a wide variety of applications.
"We've been doing our part to lower greenhouse gases for more than 20 years," said John M. Bonforte Sr., president of Monmouth Rubber & Plastics. "Bondaflex saves millions of pounds of the Earth's resources.
"Each 1" X 36" X 54" manufactured sheet of Bondaflex represents a savings of 34 pounds of carbon dioxide gas that isn't released into the atmosphere and 3.4 gallons of crude oil that isn't consumed," he said.
But the company's proprietary recycled rubber isn't just green – it's also economical and reliable, according to Bonforte.
"Our recycled rubber has demonstrated itself to be an economical alternative, leading to low-cost high mass products," he said.
Plus, Bondaflex has a record of proven success in even the most difficult environments. It continues to perform in older Corps of Engineers projects such as dams, levees and water treatment plants – and it's an integral part of newer projects and those currently under construction, Bonforte said.
Aside from civil engineering projects, Bondaflex recycled rubber can be used in a wide variety of products, including:
- Running track surfaces.
- Industrial gaskets.
- Drink coasters.
- Factory mats.
- Any application that requires sound or shock absorption.
Monmouth Rubber & Plastics also offers engineering and design assistance to custom formulate a material that will meet each customer's exacting specifications. Importantly, Monmouth is certified to ISO 9001: 2000, ensuring its adherence to the most rigorous quality practices.
Companies looking for an experienced partner to provide economical, durable, environmentally conscious cellular rubber for their next project should contact Monmouth Rubber & Plastics for details and for a copy of the Bondaflex Design & Engineering Booklet. More information available at www.monmouthrubber.com/recycled-rubber.htm.