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Located in York, PA, RTI is a division of Ecore International. It specializes in grinding, screening to size, separation, and removal of non-rubber contaminants from tires. Primary materials processed are recycled scrap rubber derived from tires, buffings, and peel, as well as industrial scrap rubber. Buffings (truck tire treads), passenger and truck tires, and other recyclable rubber scrap are processed to a variety of specifications for multiple uses and applications.

As the premier producer of top quality, refined rubber products, RTI employs a 6 step cleaning process of the scrap tires before deeming them acceptable for use in Ecore’s flooring products. While the product is being cleaned of debris, it is also separated into different locations and shredded into different sizes from larger shreds to dust. From here the product is ready to be incorporated into Ecore’s manufacturing process and turned into products, which are distributed under Ecore’s business units: Ecore Athletic, Ecore Commercial Flooring, Ecore Construction and Ecore Industrial.

What happens to the debris that is extracted from the cleaning process? Most of it, which is metal, is sold to other companies, who can reuse it for other applications, thus recycling the product instead of sending it off to the landfill.

To the right is a list of some of the applications and markets where RTI supplies their rubber.

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RTI Recycling Technologies
RTI Recycling Technologies
RTI Recycling Technologies
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  • Molded Goods
  • New Tires
  • Extruded Parts
  • Mats
  • Roofing
  • Tennis Courts
  • Running Tracks
  • Playgrounds
  • Walking paths
  • Fields
  • Soil Enhancement
  • Rubberized Asphalt
  • Equestrian Footing
  • Landscaping
  • Civil Engineering