TRENTON, N.J.—Rich Balka didn't want Home Rubber Co. to be one of those firms that touted itself as a “green company” after some surface in-house material recycling and energy savings initiatives. Instead, the president of the Trenton-based rubber product maker wanted Home and its custom compounding division, Ivanhoe Rubber, to go further by developing green rubber compounds for the manufacturing of truly green products.
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