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New Ground

Our company is dedicated to helping the environment as well as implementing new alternatives for safer surfaces, supporting water conservation and diverting tires and plastics from landfill since 1990. 

We support regional tire recyclers and  track how many tires we divert from landfills nationally, on an ongoing basis. When purchasing through our group of companies, you are not only participating in a "green" program, but also in a vision. With your support we can make an environmental impact within your community.

We offer a line of sustainable surfacing products including rubber running tracks, rubber playground surfaces, pervious rubber pavements, rubber sidewalks, artificial grass, and more. 

From Our Founder

We are an industry leader in creating safe, sustainable surfacing systems out of tires otherwise destined for landfill.
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Our Projects

From recycled rubber sidewalks and jogging paths to playgrounds and landscaping, we have done it all!
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The Environment

As an environmentally conscious group of companies, we realize the importance of preserving the earth.
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USSA Releases New Rubberway EVOLUTION System

A sustainable alternative to traditional paving systems

Rubberway EVOLUTION is a flexible, porous rubber paving system designed to be used for a variety of applications including sidewalks, pathways, tree surrounds, driveways, patios, and parking lots.
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Tire Incentive Program Online Application Open

Application deadline is July 21, 2016

The Tire Incentive Program (TIP) provides a reimbursement to eligible businesses that use recycled crumb rubber in eligible products or substitute crumb rubber for virgin rubber, plastic, or other raw materials in products.
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Stormwater Grant Opportunity - California

SWRCB: Prop 1 Stormwater Grant Program - July 8, 2016 Deadline

Applications are currently being accepted for eligible storm water management projects that can include, but are not limited to, green infrastructure, rainwater and storm water capture projects and storm water treatment facilities.
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Funding Announcement - Recreational Trails Program

California Department of Parks and Recreation - Due Sept. 14, 2015

The Recreational Trails Program (RTP) provides funds annually for recreational trails and trails-related projects. The RTP is administered at the federal level by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA).
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California Enacts Statewide Mandatory Water Reductions

Mandatory water reductions have been enacted in California for the first time .

For the first time in state history, the Governor has directed the State Water Resources Control Board to implement mandatory water reductions in cities and towns across California to reduce water usage by 25 percent.
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US Soccer Foundation Offers Grants for Playing Fields

Summer and Fall 2015 grant cycle funds available

The Safe Places to Play program provides grants to organizations to help them build or enhance a field space in their communities. To date, this program has helped create over 1,100 safe places for children nationwide.
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LADWP Offers Highest Turf Removal Rebates in So Cal

Rebates of $3.75 per square foot available to LADWP customers

In this record drought, LADWP has raised their turf removal rebate to $3.75 per square foot, the highest level in Southern California
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California has about one year of water left. Will you ration now?

Water conservation in California is more urgent than ever

January was the driest in California since record-keeping began in 1895. Groundwater and snowpack levels are at all-time lows.
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Feds Promote Artificial Turf as Safe Despite Health Concerns

Studies Debate Health Effects of Artificial Turf with Rubber Infill

PolyTurf is lead-free while many older artificial turf fibers contain a lead-based pigment that adds vibrancy and colorfastness, and which could release lead particles as fibers get worn, cracked and abraded.
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LA Metro: 2015 Call for Projects Grant Opportunities

Deadline: January 16, 2015

Pedestrian Improvements: Provides capital funds for the construction of projects that improve the pedestrian environment in order to promote walking as a viable form of transportation.
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Tire-Derived Product (TDP) Grant Program

Application deadline is December 4, 2014

CalRecycle has issued the Notice of Funding Availability and released the Application for the 2014/15 Tire-Derived Product (TDP) Grant Program.
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City Looks to Encourage Use of Artificial Turf in Parkways

Los Angeles to Make Installing Synthetic Turf Easier

Los Angeles City Council staff is developing proposals to make it easier for residents to install artificial turf instead of water-using landscaping. The anticipated guidelines could mean reducing permitting fees and eliminating other requirements.
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SoCal WaterSmart Turf Removal Rebates

First-Come, First-Served Starting at $2/SF

SoCal Water$mart is offering water efficiency rebates to Metropolitan Water District residential and commercial water customers including a turf removal rebate starting at $2 per square foot.
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Earth Day 2014

A Message from the Director of CalRecycle

Californians have long been at the leading edge of environmental protection. What better time than Earth Day to reflect on how far we’ve come and where the path leads us?
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The New Children's Museum Introduces New Exhibit

Features TumbleTurf Flooring in Wobbleland

Wobbleland is an active space for toddlers (four years and under), in which they can play with their food!
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Sustainable Communities Planning Grant and Incentive Program

Deadline: TBA Fall 2013 Award Amount: $50-$100,000

Brief Summary: As mandated by Proposition 84 of 2006, this grant program implements the vision of the People of California to foster the development of sustainable communities throughout California. It is designed to help local governments meet the c
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Grant Opportunity: Habitat Conservation Fund (HCF) Program

CA Department of Parks and Rec Deadline: 10/31/14

Brief Summary: Provides funds to local entities to protect threatened species, to address wildlife corridors, to create trails, and to provide for nature interpretation programs which bring urban residents into park and wildlife areas.
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Park(ing) Day!

"The mission of PARK(ing) Day is to call attention to the need for more urban open space, to generate critical debate around how public space is created and allocated, and to improve the quality of urban human habitat … at least until the meter ru
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Bed, Bath, and Beyond Installation Reaching Completion

Corporate Headquarters Provides Rubber Walking Trails for Employees

Approaching completion of the installation of 5 fitness stations, 10,500 square feet of RubberWay® rubberized walkways and 21,500 square feet of porous rubber pavement at the world headquarters of the domestic merchandise & home furnishings retailer
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Rubberway Awarded the Gold for Rubber Sidewalk Innovation

The Top Honor for the Edison Green Award

Designed to recognize efforts by an organization to reduce a participating community's carbon footprint, create Green Collar jobs through new innovation methods, and improve community health and self-sufficiency.
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Rubberway® Announced as Finalist for Edison Awards

WRSG is Honored in the Edison Green Award Category

Since 1987, the Edison Awards™ have recognized and honored some of the most innovative new products, services and business leaders in America. The Awards are named after Thomas Alva Edison (1847-1931) whose extraordinary new product and market deve
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California State Parks: Recreational Trails Fund

Due January 9, 2013

The Recreational Trails Program (RTP) provides funds to the States to develop and maintain Recreational Trails and trail-related facilities for both non-motorized and motorized Recreational Trail uses. Seventy percent (70%) of the funds received by C
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Strategic Growth Council: Urban Greening Planning Grant

Due: February 2013 (estimated)

The grant will provide funds to assist entities in developing a master urban greening plan that will ultimately result in projects to help the State meet its environmental goals and the creation of healthy communities.
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CalRecycle Tire Derived Product Grant Opportunity For 2013

Application deadline December 11, 2012

CalRecycle has issued the Notice of Funding Availability for Fiscal Year 2012/13 and the on-line application for the Tire-Derived Product (TDP) Grant program is now available. For more information, including accessing the on-line application, please
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CA State Parks: Land and Water Conservation Fund - $2 Million

Grant Opportunity Due Nov 1st, 2012

This year, the LWCF program is expected to provide nearly $2 million for grants to cities, counties and districts for the acquisition or development of outdoor recreation areas and facilities. Property acquired or developed under the program is fede
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RubberWay Pervious Paving Systems

Conformable, Monolithic and Durable

RUBBERWAY® systems are designed to reduce storm water run-off, offer safer city sidewalks, save trees and provide pedestrians a low-impact, slip resistant surface. RubberWay® utilizes recycled tires to create an environmentally friendly facilit
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Products From Recycled Tires

USSA supports a national network of regional suppliers for crumb rubber supply

USSA buys crumb rubber supply to make branded products and systems. When purchasing materials through USSA you are supporting our efforts to track how many passenger tires we divert from landfill on a national scale.
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GSA Buyer Special Website

Military Bases, Federal, State and Local Governments

Now on the GSA schedule, USSA is a successful, women owned, small business. We have proudly provided sustainable surfaces to Federal, State and Local governments. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will make ordering fast and easy.
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Become A Certified USSA Contractor

Training and special pricing available

There are three steps to become a licensed contractor: Meet the minimum qualifications, register your business and pass the certification exam.
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