RubberForm’s American-made, environmentally friendly products have always been the stars of the company. That’s why you’ll notice their prominence in the design of our newly refreshed website. This emphasis on products is also a great way to showcase the increased capacity of our manufacturing facility.
Signage System from RubberForm Recycled Products will help Levi stadium visitors in San Francisco get there easily via the VTA transit system.
Before any ground disturbance or digging could be done, the company was required to find out what was buried underground in the way of utility cables and any other notable items that could cause property damage or injury. This had to be done before any kind of construction or ground movement could occur.
The common usage of traditional, handmade 2 X 4 constructed wooden cable support towers are unsafe, costly, time consuming and not environmentally friendly. Find the new Portable Electric Cable Support Tower here.
The bottom line here is this: Buying “Made in China” — whether steel for our bridges or dolls for our children — entails large costs that most consumers and, sadly, even our leaders don’t consider when making purchases. This is hurting our country — and killing our economy.
American manufacturing jobs reduce the unemployment rate and expand the tax base to pay for benefits, such as Medicare, Social Security and payroll taxes to run our local and federal government.
Rubberform Recycled Products LLC in Lockport, New York announces that it has experienced a significant rise in the demand for their recycled products and has recycled a record number of scrap tires, which are used to make their sign bases. The company is committed to helping their national customers “go green” by providing high quality recycled rubber products.
Installing devices that slow down motor vehicles or reduces the amount of cars traveling down a street is known as traffic calming.
The maker of recycled rubber and plastic products for the parking lot, road safety, road construction and a variety of other industries will receive a hydropower allocation of 200 kilowatts added to its existing 100 kilowatt allocation from the New York Power Authority. In addition, it has been awarded a $250,000 Environmental Investment Program grant from the New York State Empire State Development.
The seventh annual Buffalo Enviro-Fair will be celebrating Earth Month with booths from area eco-organizations in front of City Hall on Arbor Day, Friday, April 26th.
Each day, Lockport-based Rubberform Recycled Products LLC takes tons of things that typically end up in landfills – rubber tires, ground-up computer parts, wire insulation and old conveyor belts – and makes its own line of eco-friendly products that seemingly can’t be manufactured quickly enough.
Rubberform’s new die cutting equipment just came in last week and they’ll begin turning old conveyor belts into parts for loading dock bumpers next week. Robbins says she also hopes to acquire old belts from factories across the Northeast.
Senator Thompson's presents the 2010 Western New York Green Business Award.
Now, RUBBERFORM Recycled Products has expanded its line of products and the recycled materials from which they are made.
For eco-friendly Buffalonians, the last weekend of March will offer a creative breakthrough toward helping youth solve environmental and global issues.
More than 200 invited guests, including area business, community and government leaders, were in attendance for the official GRAND OPENING of a new Lockport rubber recycling business.
RubberForm Recycled Products of Lockport, NY has begun production of its recycled rubber products from its new headquarters and manufacturing facility at 75 Michigan Street.
A promising new manufacturing business is readying for an August startup on Michigan Street. In the former site of Johnson Rose Corp., siblings Bill and Deborah Robbins are pursuing a dream of turning environmental consciousness into a profit-making venture.
LOCKPORT, NEW YORK – Production is about to get under way at a new “green” industry here, using ground-up tires to make products ranging from parking lot bumpers to speed bumps.
Bill and Deborah Robbins, the brother-and-sister team founding RubberForm Recycled Products on Michigan Street, are making environmental consciousness their business.
Congressman Thomas M. Reynolds (R-Clarence) today delivered $241,000 to the City of Lockport for a development project that will bring a new business to the area and will likely lead to the creation of more than 30 local jobs.