Across the country, cities constantly struggle with public safety and ongoing financial burdens caused by tree roots lifting cracked concrete sidewalks. Rubbersidewalks offer a convenient solution to this problem. The modular sidewalk system allows air and water to reach the soil below, and can be pulled apart for easy tree and root maintenance, decreasing the need for urban tree removal.

Rubbersidewalks are made of 100% recycled tire rubber. The waste rubber from one passenger tire creates one-square-foot of Rubbersidewalk, helping to recycle the more than 34 million passenger tires disposed in California alone. At the end of their lifecycle (at least 14 years), Rubbersidewalk pavers can be recollected and recycled back into the manufacturing process.

Rubbersidewalks were invented by Richard Valeriano, public works inspector for the City of Santa Monica, where some of the first installations were tested for more than three years before opening up the product to other municipalities. Founded in 2001 and Headquarted in Gardena, California, Rubersidewalks, Inc., keeps track of all of their installation sites for maintenance review, relieving the city of the burden. Rubbersidewalks modular paving is now installed in more than 20 states throughout the United States.



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  1. Tsharnii August 27, 2007 at 11:28 am

    Please send me more info on this product, how does it stand on in tropical (caribbean) climates?

  2. Amity Branham May 28, 2007 at 2:17 pm

    Please send me a list of rubber sidewalk paver suppliers in the Portland, OR area. I would like to make my patio setting area of this rather than concrete.
    Amity Branham

  3. Bobby K. Oyinloye May 28, 2007 at 10:07 am

    Dear Ma:

    We are interested in your products (rubbersidewalks) as seen on TV ” abc “News yesterday..
    Kindly send us more info pamphlets/brochures on the subject.
    Rodnick merchants corporation
    7715. Priory Cr., Mississauga. Ontario. Canada L4T-3H6
    Phone: 416 – 816 1079

    Thanks for your cooperation

    Yours Truly,

    Bobby Oyinloye

  4. Bey Schriever April 15, 2007 at 8:36 am

    Do you have, or, are you looking for dealers in Canada? I’m very interested in your product.

  5. Susan Keller-Smith, Tra... December 5, 2006 at 3:49 pm

    I work for the Fallon Paiute-Shoshone Tribe and am interested in obtaining costs to install sidewalks along our Fox Peak Property. I am hope you can send me more information about your product. If you have any questions, please contact me at the above e-mail address.

    Thank you.

    Susan Keller-Smith
    Fallon Paiute-Shoshone Tribe
    565 Rio Vista Drive
    Fallon, NV
    (775) 423-6075 telephone
    (775) 423-5202 fax

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