Distribution of U.S. ground rubber consumption by end use 2017

This statistic shows the distribution of ground rubber consumption in the United States in 2017, by end use. In that year, a 23 percent share of the ground rubber consumption in the U.S. was attributable to sport surfaces.

Distribution of ground rubber consumption in the United States in 2017, by end use

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Release date

July 2018


United States

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Supplementary notes

The data in this statistic is based on ground rubber consumed in end-use markets, not whole tires entering these market streams. This statistic refers to the weight of processed ground rubber (with wire, fluff, and agglomerated rubber removed) that is consumed in ground rubber end-use markets in the United States. The total tire rubber consumed in ground rubber markets in 2017 was approximately 1,340,000,000 pounds.

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