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Rubbermaid Corporate Office

Rubbermaid Corporate Office Address

Newell Rubbermaid Inc.
3 Glenlake Pkwy
Atlanta, GA 30328

Contact Rubbermaid

Phone Number: (770) 418-7000
Fax Number: (770) 677-8717
Email: Email Rubbermaid


CEO: Michael B. Polk
CFO: Douglas L. Martin
COO: William A. Burke III

Rubbermaid History

Rubbermaid was founded as Wooster Rubber by 9 businessmen in 1920 in Wooster, Ohio.  The company originally produced toy balloons.

In 1933, James Caldwell received a patent on his red rubber dustpan design.  This was the first product in the Rubbermaid line.

In 1934, Rubbermaid and Wooster Rubber merged and took the Rubbermaid name.

During World War II, the company ceased making household items and helped with the war efforts.

In 1947, the company introduces a line of automotive products.

In 1955, the company goes public.

In 1999, Rubbermaid and Newell merged to form Newell Rubbermaid.

In 2003, the company headquarters was moved from Wooster, Ohio to Atlanta, Georgia.  Over 1200 jobs were lost at the Ohio plant.

Today, the Newell Rubbermaid umbrella includes a diverse array of companies including Sharpie, Graco and Calphalon.


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Barb S. June 16, 2016 at 7:33 pm

Recently had to purchase new sink mats, drainer and drain board. Disappointed in limited color choices. New drain board is flimsy, not sloped enough and does not fit over sink lip so water runs all over counter. It is now in a closet and I’m using the old one, even though it does not match. New silverware basket does not have divider in it. Large open area on one end of dish drainer and coffee cups slip through. Liked old designs much better and they worked well for years!


Darren W April 5, 2016 at 8:11 pm

Maybe at some point you all at Rubbermaid can engineer a sticker for your products that doesn’t leave 10 tons of glue behind and most of the sticker.


Charles September 27, 2015 at 11:46 am

We enjoy your coolers!! Would there be any body that could look at my “cooler design “and build me (one) ? We would like Rubbermaid to build this for us!! Please contact email to build the cooler we want. Thank you……….


Ann Lane May 7, 2015 at 10:56 pm

I just opened a box of 18 piece set of easy find lids7k39 to find that there was only one medium lid in the box. I had been using another of these sets and was missing the same two lids which I jus assumed had been lost when using it to send holiday leftovers with family members but after discovering tuhe same two lids missing in a brand new just opened sealed box I feel that it may have never been packaged with the set. I woul appreciate receiving four replacement lids.
Thank you for your attention to this matter.


Dale Glenn January 22, 2015 at 9:04 pm

I am a partner with Shawn Turner on a new idea. Please check out our patent pending #62/104,728. We have come up with the Can Caddy which will be helpful for millions of people. Please feel free to contact me on my e`mail if you need any more details. Thanks, Dale Glenn


Passion4orange August 21, 2014 at 2:22 pm

I’m ranting/venting…I purchased a trash can for my kitchen. I thought I was getting a product made in the USA but I was lied to by Wal-Mart because on the website it states MADE IN AMERICA. I received my trash can and it sucked! Rubbermaid made this piece of crap. The lid wouldn’t fit, my husband had to heat up the lid, melt it, and reform it to make it fit the hinge so it would open when I stepped on the lever. RUBBERMAID I EXPECTED MORE FROM YOU. I have been happy with products from your company but this just pissed me off. It wasn’t made in the USA it was designed in the USA and assembled in CHINA.
I even called Rubbermaid customer service and they treated me like crap, their customer service sucks!


Jeannie E. Thompson July 23, 2014 at 2:28 am

Hello….I would like to know who to contact for a new idea for Rubbermaid Products. I am a continuing customer for 50yrs. I need the Department Name and Person’s Name of a contact for new ideas. E-mail address and or address to send a presentation of my idea.
Thank You
Jeannie E. Thompson

Please respond to E-mail address:
Phone: 1361-655-xxxx


N.Nobay July 16, 2014 at 11:01 pm

To: Mr. William Burke,
Chief Operating Officer

‘ have one of your large outdoor storage sheds which was purchased a few year ago.

Problem is that the Left Side Panel has “warped” or “buckled” and the Left Door hooks that lock with the ports of the Left Side Panel, do not hook upand shut the whole Left Side. As a result there is a three (3) gap from the Top (Roof) Panel to the bottom Floor Panel.

Rats and other vermin are destroying every yard products we store in the Shed.

Could you send us a replacement Left Side Panel and a Left Door.

The Left Side Panel has the Number 046J and the Left Door has the Number 046D.

The shed itself is a huge investment. We paid something life $500. It is a lot more at
Home Depot and at OSH here in West Los Angeles.They will not do a damn thing to
help us. They have pushed us to write to you, the company, to resolve the problem.

Please help.



Mr.Maurice May 20, 2014 at 4:19 am

? Would Rubbermaid Corporate buy my invention tomorrow as of today ?

I have a global invention that will make them a Trillion Dollars yearly for the next 60 years ” Do you won’t it?

I have came up with the next best this next to the computer Or cars and air plans.

The product will last a life time

The hole world will love it.

you will have global sale’s around the clock daily.
I am seizures tell the Owner of Rubbermaid !!

I am going to send this Message to the Rubbermaid Headquarters in more Rubbermaid site until the Big Man gets it” this is something seizures” so he will a ventilation see it so be apart of this promotion ‘ He will see that i sent a message to him ” The CEO ”

A to Z easy manufacturing and will be able to create more for your jobs for their company
Contact me.
P,S this is NOT a scam.
Genius Cares.
Thank you
WOW 2014.


nope June 9, 2015 at 10:48 am

First learn how to spell.


Lisa haitt March 6, 2014 at 7:40 pm

Get my friend Lisa Haitt fired thank you


Jane Orr March 6, 2014 at 2:30 pm

Very please with Rubbermaid.


Jane Orr March 6, 2014 at 2:27 pm

I bought a medical kitchen garbage can and I love it. However when I tried to remove the label it left the glue it was stuck on with. I have tried soapy water but didn’t want to use anything else. Could you please tell me how to get this off. I spent $39.00 for a can that I don’t to use. I need help. I have never in many years had any trouble with the many many things I have bought from Rubbermaid.
Please help me.


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