Dodge-Regupol, Inc. (DRI) was founded in 1989 through a partnership between Dodge Cork Company of Lancaster, PA and BSW (BerleburgerSchaumstoffwerk) of Bad Berleburg, Germany. Combining over 100 years of similar experience, cultures and technologies, Dodge Cork and BSW quickly established DRI as North America's lowest cost producer of cork, cork/rubber and recycled rubber materials.
Now one of the world's largest users of scrap tire rubber, DRI relies on proprietary state-of-the art technology to clean, recycle and convert over 35 million pounds of scrap tires (growing 30% annually) for the manufacture of a broad range of rubber products. With over 245 million US tires discarded annually, DRI transforms a virtually unlimited resource into viable, cost-effective rubber materials and products for OEM, industrial and architectural applications. Using the same technology, DRI also continues to grow its cork and cork/rubber materials production for gasketing and OEM end-use.