Sustainability

Intertex is deeply committed to sustainability, and this commitment is reflected in our dedication to providing recycled and reclaimed rubber materials. We understand the critical importance of reduction our environmental footprint and conserving natural resources. By offering high-quality, eco-friendly rubber materials, we not only help minimize waste and lower the demand for new raw materials, but also support our customers in their sustainability goals. Our range of recycled and recycled rubber products underscores our pledge to both environmental responsibility and customer-centric solutions, ensuring a more sustainable future for all.

Reclaimed
Rubber:

Reclaimed rubber is a recycled and sustainable rubber material that is produced by processing discarded or waste rubber products and then converting them into a usable form. This recycling process typically involves shredding, grinding, and treating old rubber items like tires, conveyor belts, or industrial hoses to remove contaminants and restore their physical properties. Reclaimed rubber offers several environmental benefits by reducing the need for new rubber production and minimizing waste in landfills. It is widely used in various applications, including the manufacture of tires, rubber mats, footwear, and other rubber-based products, making it an essential component of the circular economy and sustainable rubber industry.

Recycled
Rubber:

Recycled rubber is a sustainable material made by reusing and repurposing rubber products or waste rubber to create new products. The recycling process typically involves collecting discarded rubber items like tires, rubber flooring, or conveyor belts and processing them to remove impurities and reshape the rubber into a usable form. Recycled rubber is valued for its eco-friendly attributes, as it helps reduce the environmental impact of traditional rubber manufacturing by conserving resources and diverting rubber waste from landfills. It has a wide range of applications, including the production of playground surfaces, automotive parts, athletic tracks, and more, making it a valuable component in efforts to promote sustainability and reduce the carbon footprint of various industries.