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Bowling Green Recycled Rubber Ditch Fill

This is our product – bowling green recycled rubber ditch fill. The rubber chippings are made from recycled car, van and lorry tyres and also automotive rubber. Safer Surfacing supplies this recycled rubber product right across the UK and it is 100% made in Britain. The product has

Keeping your chickens warm with rubber chippings

As we are in the midst of a really cold spell here’s a tip to help keep your chickens warm and dry, by using our recycled rubber chippings for your chicken run. Rubber chippings for chickens Using our rubber chippings on the surface of your

Chicken run rubber – happy feet for chickens!

Ok – we know that Happy Feet is all about penguins, but here at Safer Surfacing, we think that your chickens deserve happy feet too! Chicken run rubber does the job! Our rubber chippings are used as a safe, clean and colourful alternative to chicken

How we turned a no play area into an all weather play surface

What do you do with a play area you just can’t play in? This was the issue facing one of our clients recently. They had young children and a fair sized back garden, so they created a bespoke play area just for the children. The

Safer Surfacing sponsors Chester Zoo

Safer Surfacing have committed to being a sponsor to Chester Zoo. Because of our equestrian interest we have opted to sponsor the Onager – which is the rarest equid species in the world. We have also agreed to make a donation for equestrian sale to

Making play safe at Chester Zoo

We were recently approached by one of our favourite registered charities (and one of our favourite days out!) Chester Zoo. Wanting to make their new play area safe, they turned to Safer Surfacing and specifically to our 20mm loose fill chipping. Madagascar PLAY They have

Transforming an outdoor rest area with recycled rubber chipping

The brief We were asked by one of our clients to provide a flooring solution to one of their latest development projects in Chester. They had a large outside area that would make a good rest area for workers during breaks etc. The issue was that

How we gave a family their garden back!

What do you do with a big ugly concrete base in your garden? This was a question that one of our lovely customers faced recently. A large cattery had once stood in the garden and it was decided that it needed to be removed as

Critical fall height – what is it and do I need it?

Critical fall height This is a reference you hear a lot when considering play equipment and safety surfacing. BS EN:1177:2008 According to British Standards EN 1177:2008 all play equipment with a free fall height above 0.6m requires a critical fall height certified flooring around the

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