Recycled rubber flooring is a commercially rated floor made from tires and pre and post-consumer industrial waste along with a percentage of EPDM (ethylene propylene diene M-class) rubber. EPDM is an organic elastomer which, when cured, has many properties equivalent to or better than those of natural virgin rubber. The flooring is 100% recyclable and will last as long as the building is standing. Rubber flooring reduces fatigue and injuries while providing plenty of support, whether in an airport lobby, home gym, recreation room or your family room. It has outstanding durability and slip-resistance and and is suitable both as an interior and exterior product. Rubber flooring is one of a group of products originally intended for the commercial market, now making inroads in residential applications. This eliminates any questions of durability.