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Biodegradable synthetic turf as the new standard

Soon, the European Commission will decide its approach towards microplastic pollution from synthetic turf pitches. It is anticipated that this…

EC mulls over future of infill

The European Commission will not decide before April 2022 whether it will ban the sale of polymeric infill for use…

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…

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…

Re-Match next to introduce sleeving

Re-Match is the next company to introduce sleeving. This concept ensures that all material is contained in the rolls from…

ESTC calls for supporting the publication of ‘Guidance on how to minimise infill dispersion’ guideline

ESTC encourages you to reach out to your national standards organisation to notify them that you support the publication of…

Incentive for Dutch clubs to prevent microplastic polution

From this year on, sports clubs in the Netherlands can apply for a subsidy for measures that prevent the spread…

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…

New filter stops microplastics

Hauraton has received the Environmental Technology Award of the state of Baden-Württemberg, Germany, for a gutter filter that filters microplastics,…