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Re: Climbing Wall Landing Surfaces


An Ohio company, Recycled Rubber Resources, offers a recycled rubber product for playground surfaces called "Boing!" (yep, including the exclamation point).  You can find out more about them at:


We don't have any direct experience with this company and can't answer your other specific questions about this product, but it looks like it might fit your client's needs.


Andrea Futrell
Ohio EPA, Office of Pollution Prevention
Lazarus Government Center
P.O. Box 1049
Columbus, OH 43216-1049
voice  614-644-2813
fax  614-728-1274

>>> Lara Dando <uedld@gemini.oscs.montana.edu> 08/31 6:36 PM >>>
Hello from Montana!

Forgive me for asking a less than P2-related question, but I am stumped. I
have a client that runs a sporting goods store here in Montana that is
interested in building a climbing wall in his store. He is interested in
using crumb rubber (from used tires) or some other material that can be
saved from the recycler or landfill for the landing surface under the wall.
My problem is that I haven't come up with many ideas and suppliers. 

So, does anyone have any ideas on who is making crumb rubber climbing wall
landing surfaces? Have you heard of any indoor air quality or fire concerns
about using such a product? What else can be used/reused for the landing

Any assistance you can provide would be greatly appreciated. I am
practically climbing the wall here in my office!

Lara Dando

Lara Dando
Technical Specialist
Montana Pollution Prevention Program
MSU Extension Service 
Taylor Hall, P.O. Box 173580
Bozeman, MT  59717-3580
(406) 994-3451
e-mail:  uedld@montana.edu