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Synthetic turf guidelines

The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment of the Australian province New South Wales (NSW) has published the state’s first…

New CEN standard for tufted, woven and knitted carpets

The European Standards Committee (CEN) has agreed to develop a new standard to specify minimum durability, environmental and toxicological requirements…

Polytan and FIH extend partnership

Polytan will also be an FIH partner beyond the Paris Olympics. In response to the partnership’s recent success delivering climate…

World Rugby allows tights and leggings to protect players from abrasions

All rugby players are permitted to wear tights or leggings when playing on synthetic turf. The World Rugby Executive Committee…

Biodegradable synthetic turf field goes on trial

The first biodegradable synthetic turf field will be installed at EHS’85 in Emmen, the Netherlands. The project is a partnership…

GBN-AGR and Sport Group to explore cooperation

Synthetic turf recycling company GBN-AGR and Sport Group have signed a Letter of Intent to join forces in the development…

First project with BrockFill completed

A new natural infill for third-generation synthetic turf fields has arrived in Europe. Condor Grass has used the wood chips…

Sprinturf introduces new dual-fiber system

Sprinturf has introduced a new premium dual-fiber turf system that increases durability, improves fiber resilience and provides exceptional playability. The…

Call for evidence restriction of PFAS extended

Germany, Denmark, The Netherlands, Norway and Sweden are requesting interested parties to submit any information they have related to per-…

Re-Match breaks ground in the Netherlands

Synthetic turf recycling company Re-Match from Denmark, has broken ground for its new recycling facility in the Netherlands. After years…