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Green Foam signs Exclusive Licensing Agreement with USBlanks

April 02, 2010 11:00 AM

San Clemente, CA - Green Foam and USBlanks are proud to announce that USBlanks is the new Exclusive Manufacturer, and Distributor of Green Foam in North America, Japan, Europe, and Costa Rica.

USBlanks, located in Gardena, California is the world’s leading manufacturer of polyurethane and EPS surfboard blanks both domestically and internationally. Their forward thinking awareness to environmentally sound manufacturing processes and constant efforts to reduce their manufacturing footprint makes this a perfect union in stepping towards a “greener” future in surfboard production.

Green Foam, and the USBlanks’ global distributors will work in concert to introduce Green Foam to their established markets world-wide. The world will now have easy access to high quality - Recycled Green Foam Blanks.

Green Foam blanks are made from recycled rigid polyurethane foam waste produced in manufacturing surfboards. Green Foam Blanks has patents pending on its proprietary technology and looks forward to pushing the limits eliminating the PU waste in the future. Green Foam uses a Cradle to Cradle process in reintroducing the waste back into the parent product.

“We are honored that USBlanks, the leader in surfboard blank production, is our new manufacturing partner and look forward to a creating a greener future for surfboard production.” Said Joey Santley- Co Founder of Green Foam.

“Partnering with Green Foam allows us to increase our established recycling abilities, which include PU and EPS foam scrap, paper, and wood. Our continual reduction in our waste footprint sets the standard for a greener blank manufacturing process worldwide,” says Kimberly Thress of USBlanks.

If interested in ordering Green Foam blanks, contact USBlanks directly.

About US Blanks- www.usblanks.com

USBlanks, LLC. was established in 2006 in an effort to bring quality surfboard blanks and unparalleled customer service back into a chaotic marketplace. In just 4 short years this strong partnership has grown into the leading manufacturer of polyurethane and EPS surfboard blanks worldwide. Their attention to quality, customer service and detail has propelled USBlanks to the forefront of a very competitive and ever changing market.

About Green Foam www.greenfoamblanks.com

Green Foam was established in 2009 to bring recycling to the blank manufacturing process. A primary goal was to produce a first (1st) quality blank to rival any blank on the market while having a smaller impact on the environment. Green Foam keeps the foam waste from going into our landfills and gives it another chance to ride.

Green Foam can be recycled over and over and over again. Founders Joey Santley and Steve Cox also co-founded the ReSurf Foundation – a non profit organization dedicated to educating the Surf Industry about reducing, reusing and recycling the waste produced in manufacturing products sold in the surf market. www.resurf.org


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