Salmon Arm, B.C. — Dinoflex, a manufacturer of resilient recycled rubber surfacing products for over 20 years, welcomes departmental changes due to steady growth. In 2011 and throughout previous years, the company have seen a steady increase in sales with the international market increasing significantly.
With the communal desire being a green product, the company’s sustainable methods has been the driving force behind Dinoflex’s steady business growth. Due to the increase in consumer demand for recycled flooring products, Dinoflex has made the following departmental changes in October of 2011: Continue reading Growth of Dinoflex drives change for the company
Lancaster, Pa. – Ecore International, a leading innovator in recycled products technology, recently announced the opening of its York, Pennsylvania campus. The 500,000 square foot facility is now home to the largest, most advanced recycled rubber manufacturing operation, with the capacity to process and refine over 100 million pounds of scrap tire rubber annually, into the greenest most sustainable floor coverings currently available. In addition, this facility will house the company’s itstru technology, a patent-pending process that enables Ecore to produce the highest recycled-content flooring, as well as to research unlimited generations of new products. Ecore’s York Campus, which represents a $20 million investment, currently employs 35 skilled staff, from engineers to facility technicians. Continue reading Ecore celebrates the opening of York campus