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ECHA recommends health risk of infill to be studied

The European Chemical Agency (ECHA) does not rule out that there is a potential concern for human health and the…

Brock ready to export Brockfill

The US Department of Agriculture has given Brock USA the green light for exporting its Brockfill, an infill material harvested…

Edel Group sold

The Edel Group BV has been taken over by Victoria PLC from the UK. Victoria PLC is an international designer,…

Schmitz Foam Products establishes Quality & Development department

Chief Technical Officer Ron Moors heads new Quality & Development department Schmitz Foam Products, producers of the ProPlay shock pad,…

Re-Match reveals new plant details

Re-Match has received the green light to start constructing a new synthetic turf recycling facility in the Netherlands. The Environmental…

Online synthetic turf maintenance course

Sports Turf Canada is presenting a synthetic sports turf safety and maintenance course, to be delivered online May 11 and…

FIFA discusses new ideas it intends to introduce

Group Leader FIFA Quality Programme, Katharina Wistel used the ESTC Congress to update members of the plans the football governing…

FIFA’s Natural and Biodegradable Infill Working Group makes progress

FIFA’s Technical Advisory Board’s Natural and Biodegradable Infill Working Group has met a number of times over the last couple…

Dealing with discarded synthetic turf – the Dutch way

Within three years of concerns being raised over the large heaps of discarded synthetic turf dotting the Dutch countryside, the…

Sports Labs launches compact impact attenuation device

Sports Labs has launched its new Field Marshall device. The unit has been designed to measure the impact attenuation of…