Aimplas, the Plastics Technology Centre, with the participation of the Acteco and Realturf companies have kicked off the Reciturf project. The project aims to give a boost to the circular economy in synthetic turf sector.
Sports Labs has launched its new Field Marshall device. The unit has been designed to measure the impact attenuation of a field. The Field Marshall combines three industry-standard impact devices in one single drop device.
There is an uneasy silence around non-filled synthetic turf fields but, behind the scenes, FIFA, the industry and research institutions are studying the product extensively.
Bayer has announced a series of decisions to accelerate the strategy implementation of its Crop Science division. In order to focus on its core agricultural business, this includes the intent to divest the company’s Environmental Science Professional business.
The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has released the latest updates to its Hockey Turf & Field Standards for 11-a-side fields and HOCKEY5s courts.
World Rugby member unions have received a shot in the arm as World Rugby has agreed to accept 50mm carpets for synthetic turf rugby systems. The shorter pile carpets are popular for synthetic turf used in multisport and community venues.
In response to continual release of new innovations by the synthetic turf industry, FIFA has decided to update some of the definitions used to define or describe elements of synthetic turf.
The guideline for natural turf surfaces for rugby is currently being redeveloped. World Rugby deems…
HOCKEY5s, a drive towards pitch options that reduce or remove the need for water and the importance of continuing to update, review and then implement quality standards across a growing range of equipment and facilities were among the key messages discussed during a recent FIH Quality Programme webinar.
FIFA has announced the introduction of a Basic Quality standard for synthetic turf. A new standard for natural grass is also in the making.