Hebron, OH – IMC Outdoor Living, a division of Liberty Tire Recycling, today announced the opening of a new manufacturing facility in Hebron, Ohio. IMC Outdoor Living produces rubber mulch, a resilient and sustainable alternative to traditional wood mulch, made from 100% recycled tires.

The new Hebron facility located 30 miles east of Columbus, OH, includes 60,000 square feet for production and an additional 70,000 square feet of warehouse space to store and ship premium rubber mulch that is used for playground and landscape applications. The new facility will allow IMC Outdoor Living to expand its presence in the Midwest and focus on serving the region’s parks and recreation departments, schools, municipalities, and government agencies.

“We look forward to making a positive economic impact in Ohio and beyond,” says Hebron Plant General Manager, Greg Magnuson. “Opening a facility in this location offers access to transportation routes that allow us to ship in raw material and deliver finished goods to area customers and grow our presence in this dynamic part of the country.”

IMC Outdoor Living helps schools and parks create playground surfaces made from sustainable materials that keep end-of-life tires out of landfills. IMC makes playgrounds safe for children, with rubber mulch providing a fall height rating of 16 ft., more than two times the protection of wood mulch.

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About IMC Outdoor Living

IMC Outdoor Living, a division of Liberty Tire Recycling Company, is committed to partnering with industry leaders to help inspire a more sustainable planet. Liberty is continuously striving to find new and better ways to reclaim, recycle, reuse, and repurpose the more than 194 million used tires the company collects for renewable solutions that benefit the long-term health of the planet. As the market leader in tire recycling management in North America and reclaiming more than 4.3 billion pounds of rubber each year, Liberty’s passion is to make the world a better place to live in for generations to come by boldly changing the way the industry approaches sustainability. More information about Liberty Tire Recycling can be found at libertytire.com