California based Van Duerr Industries, Inc. is doing its part to create a greener world.
Over the last 20 years, California’s publicly accessible buildings have been modernizing their facilities to comply with the American Disability Association’s (ADA) regulations. According to a Market Wire report, until recently the necessary ramps and door transitions have been made of materials that are not environmentally friendly. Van Duerr carries the only 100 percent recycled ADA compliant products in the construction industry.
This is not to say that there are not other companies who provide recycled and environmentally friendly accessibility products. Marmax, for example, creates seating, fencing and other outdoor wheelchair accessible items. Van Duerr stands apart in that it is helping tax funded institutions such as schools save money while helping them to meet ADA’s standards while also creating a minimal impact on the environment.
The Van Duerr SafePath(TM) Products are easily installed and touted as being durable in types of weather. They are made from recycled tires and can be used both indoors and out.