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Who dares, wins

Sportbedrijf Rotterdam, the entity responsible for all sports facilities in the Dutch municipality of Rotterdam, challenged the synthetic turf industry…

Plenty of technology available for improving sports fields

Anyone who is willing to embrace technology to improve and maintain sports fields , can choose from a long list…

Non-filled research developments update

The European Commission has (almost) spoken. Now the race is definitely on: the development of a long-pile synthetic turf system…

Skin injury test one step closer to adoption

Assessing the possible risk of skin injuries on synthetic turf has come one step closer. Four World Rugby certified test…

Will Bill save Maryland and the US from disaster?

The US state of Maryland is about to vote on a bill that should allow authorities to track the chain…

Judge recommends proceedings on the merits

A Dutch municipality was advised to follow a summary procedure to establish whether Domo Sports Grass did or did not…

Innovative and autonomous ways to establish field quality

Data, and the ease with which this can be captured, can be a big contributor to the improvement of a…

Synthetic turf renovation and conversion guideline

The Dutch synthetic turf market and industry have released a synthetic turf renovation and conversion guideline. The new document replaces…

Nonfilled crisis looms

The indiscriminate use of definitions to refer to new synthetic turf products that don’t contain any performance infill is a…

Which is better: brushing or raking?

Opinions about whether brushing or raking third-generation synthetic turf fields is better for the field are divided. A grant from…