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The only IPEMA certified Pour In Place Rubber safety surfacing company in
Your playground safety surface, spray park surface, pathway and fitness surface experts. At Softline Solutions, we understand that no matter what surface you play, run or walk on, safety and comfort are a priority. That’s why Softline Solutions is committed to providing our customers with superior surfacing products, including playground rubber, poured in place rubber surfaces, safety surfaces, and more.
For over 20 years, Softline Solutions has resurfaces playgrounds, sports facilities, and recreational surfaces with our innovative Pour in Place surface systems.
By using recycled materials in our Pour In Place rubber safety surfacing construction, Softline Solutions has helped make playgrounds, daycares, running tracks, schools, and other facilities safer for the enjoyment of all.
After all, we know that you and your family deserve to play on the very best safety surfaces.
Vistaline Rubber Molded Products
VistaLine™ products provide architecturally pleasing natural and social icons for uses in urban landscapes, playground areas, streetscapes, auditoriums, showrooms, filming and more - completely made our of rubber. The product ranges are:
- Foothills Rubber Rocks Range
- Rocky Rubber Rocks Range
- Enchanted Forest Range
- Shapes Range
- Giant Games Range
TIRE RECYCLING GRANT PROGRAMS:
Softline Solutions assists clients in providing necessary information to complete grant program submissions. Please contact us today for more information.
The Municipal Demonstration Grant is available to municipalities, community organizations and other non-profit groups through the province’s tire recycling program to assist in purchasing recycled tire products for public projects. To date $10 million has been awarded to 500 project applicants to acquire recycled tire products for community projects such as parks, arenas, walking trails and recreational facilities etc. Since this program began in 1992, over 100 million scrap tires have been recycled! (sourced: http://www.albertarecycling.ca/docs/tire-recycling-program/2017-mdg-grant-application-final.pdf?Status=Temp&sfvrsn=2).
Applications were accepted until November 15th, 2016. Information regarding the grant program for 2018 projects will be released in September, 2017.
Saskatchewan Scrap Tire Corporation - Community Demonstration Grant 2017
The SSTC grant program awards eligible communities and organizations up to $5,000 towards the purchase and installation of Saskatchewan manufactured recycled rubber products. The grant is available to municipalities, registered non-profit groups or organizations, schools, First Nations and Metis communities who have incorporated an ever growing number of recycled tire products into their community based projects like playgrounds, sports arenas, walking paths, public areas and so much more! (sourced: http://www.scraptire.sk.ca/Programs/community-grant-program.html).
2017 Application Closing Date has not yet been announced.
Tire Stewardship Manitoba - Community Grant Program
The Tire Stewardship Manitoba (TSM) Community Demonstration Grant Program provides funding for the use of recycled tire products made from Manitoba tires in projects delivered by local governments, community and youth groups, Aboriginal organizations, and First Nation communities. Onetime matching grants up to $20,000 are provided to communities and non-profit organizations to use and benefit from a wide range of recycled tire products. Grant applications accepted on an open basis throughout the year.