RubberRock is made from recycled waste tires that have been processed into small chips that are similar to conventional aggregate and can be used in the construction of septic systems.
This resulting material is a very coarse, non-toxic, non-hazardous aggregate with maximum storage capacity.
L.A Abrasion tests showed product breakage being less than point 4 percent. This means that there will be virtually no breakage during transport and installation. As most of you already know, fine particles are one of the chief causes of premature system failure.
With the absence of fines in RubberRock and its long term stability, this material promises years of trouble free service and satisfied customers.
Why would I want to change from using stone aggregate?
RubberRock is very lightweight and at 900 pounds per cubic yard, it only weighs one forth that of conventional aggregate at 3400 pounds per cubic yard.
If you do the math, you will see that it only takes 12-13 tons of RubberRock to install a 900 square foot septic system as opposed to 50-54 tons of conventional septic stone.
If you’re paying $9.00 per ton for conventional stone, your cost is around $480.00. Your cost for the same amount of RubberRock at $15 per ton would be around $180. As you can see, in the aggregate cost alone you’re saving over $300 per system.
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