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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…

Amorim Sports builds on the proven benefits of cork

The latest Amorim Sports infill solutions based on cork are a mixture of cork with olive pits, as well as…

RAC discusses ECHA request

The Risk Analysis Committee (RAC) of the European Chemical Agency (ECHA) have met to discuss the request to prepare a…

10 key points to maximise infill containment

The EMEA Synthetic Turf Council (ESTC) has compiled a poster that illustrates 10 key points to maximise infill containment on…

3G field design has to change radically

If 3G synthetic turf wants to survive the debate on environmental pollution, the design of this type of field must…

First GreenFields field with biodegradable infill installed

GreenFields has used a biodegradable infill in its latest installation of a third-generation synthetic turf field. The new infill complies…

FIFA updates definitions

In response to continual release of new innovations by the synthetic turf industry, FIFA has decided to update some of…

USDA certificate for FieldTurf’s PureSelect

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has confirmed that FieldTurf’s PureSelect infill meets USDA requirements. The infill is now a USDA…

TPE infill from salvaged ocean plastics

The new Act Global synthetic turf for Ranney School and Princeton Soccer Academy in Tinton Falls (NJ), the US, has…

Webinar: non-filled systems

The Austrian Institute for School and Sports Facilities (ÖISS) will host a webinar about the current and future development of…