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Essex football club uses GoFundMe to replace damaged maintenance equipment

An Essex football club has created a GoFundMe campaign to source the financial means to replace GBP 5,000 worth of…

Dutch city experiments with lava

By using lava instead of Grauwacke to build a subbase, the new synthetic turf football field in Lelystad, Netherlands, will…

SEAC opens public consultation window

The European Chemical Agency (ECHA) has opened the window for a public consultation on the Draft Opinion on the Microplastics…

Sprinturf acquires organic infill company GreenPlay

Sprinturf has announced the acquisition of GreenPlay Organics, a supplier of plant-based organic infill systems. Both companies have extensive installations…

ECHA opinion delayed by 3 months

The European Chemical Agency (ECHA) has decided to take an extra three months to finalize its opinion on the proposed…

Introduction EU shockpad standard delayed

The European Standards Committee (CEN) has decided to postpone plans for an European standard for shockpads.  A plan to make drafting…

Infill Working Group makes progress on standard

The ESTC has made another step in paving the way for a European standard for infill material for 3G synthetic…

New research project verifies safe artificial turf pitches

The new synthetic turf pitches at Bergavik sports ground in Kalmar, Sweden, have been fitted and are managed according to…

FIFA makes washing of test samples mandatory

FIFA has decided to adjust its ‘handbook of test methods’ for synthetic turf and make it mandatory to wash test…

Fifa proposes new testing methods for non-filled and sand-dressed systems

Fifa has issued a letter to inform ‘whom it may concern’ that ‘all non-filled and sand-dressed systems that may have…