RubberGreen is the specialist of recycled rubber and is active in the design and manufacture of high value added solutions coming from industrial rubber waste.
Whether we are talking about trams and metros in a typical urban area or conventional trains or even high-speed rail, each railway project raises specific issues in terms of vibration and acoustics.
Nowadays noise insulation is becoming increasingly important. Airborne noise and impact noise are real sources of discomfort inside our buildings, whether residential, office or commercial buildings.
The excellent vibroacoustic characteristic of recycled rubber and its high coefficient of friction, make it a material of choice for various Roofing applications.
The European Regional Development Fund and Wallonia are investing in your future. Construction of a recycled rubber processing and regeneration plant. These investments are aimed at upgrading an end-of-life product into various new finished products without significant addition of raw material other than recycled.
Uses of devulcanized rubber in new applications and in substitution of raw material in existing applications, to complete the complete recycle loop (circularity concept): Recycle, Re-use, Re-make repeat.
Through an innovative devulcanization process, RubberGreen will be able to reduce the production costs and make this recycle product seen as a new material and not anymore a waste.
The recycled rubber has many unique and original features that can address a large number of needs
RubberGreen is the specialist of recycled rubber and is active in the design and manufacture of high value-added solutions based on recycled rubber. Our areas of interventions are mainly in the following sectors: Construction & Industry, railway, industry. In addition to a full range of standard products, the vast majority of which is available in our stock, RubberGreen also develops bespoke solutions for its customers.
The management team of the Company RubberGreen totals more than 25 years of experience in relevantes areas in which the Company operates.