If we can make a playground, or a stretch of landscaping safer and more cost-effective, we've made a difference, and that is important us as a company and as safety - and environmentally -conscious individuals
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Dallas, TX (Vocus/PRWEB) February 04, 2011
Pinnacle Rubber Mulch, produced by LTR Products, a subsidiary of Liberty Tire Recycling, the premier provider of tire recycling services in the United States, is giving away a ton of Rubber Mulch.
Pinnacle's second Free-Ton Rubber Mulch Giveaway began January 1, 2011, and runs through March 31st, 2011. One winner will receive one ton (2.8 cubic yards) of Pinnacle Rubber Mulch in the color of their choice delivered to their home or business. Entries can be submitted through the Pinnacle Website at http://www.pinnaclerubbermulch.com/free-ton/ or by calling (800) 961-0909.
"We look forward for the opportunity to give away a ton of our product and hope it offers a great addition to someone’s landscaping or playground," said Brad Pittam, General Manager of LTR Products. "If we can make a playground, or a stretch of landscaping safer and more cost-effective, we've made a difference, and that is important us as a company and as safety - and environmentally -conscious individuals."
Unlike wood mulch, Pinnacle Rubber Mulch is resistant to wind and water erosion, bug and rodent infestation, fading caused by sunlight, and decomposition. As a playground safety surface, a 6-inch layer of Pinnacle Rubber Mulch provides critical fall height protection up to 16 feet. Pinnacle rubber mulch will not compress and decompose like wood mulch making it a perfect material for landscape beds. Available in six fade-resistant colors, Pinnacle Rubber Mulch's polyurethane coating will not rub off on children or pets. Rubber mulch is clean, minimizes airborne dust and particles, and will never splinter like wood mulch. And because it eliminates the need to re-mulch on a yearly basis, Pinnacle Rubber Mulch will save you 65% over just 5 years.
"Pinnacle Rubber Mulch is available in just about any amount - by the pound, ton, cubic foot and cubic yard - and we distribute anywhere in the U.S. from convenient coast-to-coast shipping points," Pittam said. The Pinnacle website, http://www.pinnaclerubbermulch.com, provides an image gallery, calculators to determine how much Rubber Mulch would be needed for a project, a list of free pickup locations and real-time shipping cost estimates. You can also learn more about Rubber Mulch with Mulchie's Rubber Mulch News and Blog, read rubber mulch safety-testing reports from the EPA and IPEMA, and see certification documents about impact attenuation studies and wheelchair accessibility.
About Pinnacle Rubber Mulch
Pinnacle Rubber Mulch is a safe, durable and cost-effective solution for municipal, school, park and home playgrounds and residential and commercial landscaping. Pinnacle's unmatched polyurethane coating chemically bonds with the rubber to provide years and years of lasting color and beauty without staining clothes or skin. Available in six fade-resistant colors with a 12-year color warranty, Pinnacle Rubber Mulch is available for purchase online, via regional pickup locations, and in retail stores nationwide. Pinnacle Rubber Mulch is headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA. For more information, please visit http://www.pinnaclerubbermulch.com.
About LTR Products
As a subsidiary of Liberty Tire Recycling, the premier provider of tire recycling services in the U.S., LTR Products is a creative outlet for advanced rubber-based products. Each year, LTR Products manufactures the raw materials from millions of discarded tires into innovative products such as Pinnacle Rubber Mulch, an eco-friendly alternative to traditional wood mulch. Along with Liberty Tire Recycling, the company maintains a nationwide network of processing plants and convenient shipping points. LTR Products is headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA. For more information, please visit http://www.ltrproducts.com.
About Liberty Tire Recycling
Liberty Tire Recycling is the premier provider of tire recycling services in the U.S. By reclaiming almost one-third of the nation's tire waste, Liberty Tire transforms millions of discarded tires into raw materials for innovative, sustainable products. The recycled rubber produced by Liberty Tire is used as crumb rubber and industrial feedstock for molded products; as tire-derived fuel for industrial kilns, mills and power plants; and as rubber mulch for landscaping and playgrounds. The company maintains a nationwide network of processing plants, and comprehensive door-to-door collection services. Liberty Tire Recycling is headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA. For more information, please visit http://www.libertytire.com.
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