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EU adopts proposed infill restriction

EU countries have voted in favour of a proposal to restrict the placement onto the market of microplastics that are…

Belgium embraces Brockfill

Football club KSVB from Brasschaat, Belgium, has selected a Condor Grass football turf system with Brockfill infill to futureproof its…

Spanish test institute validates infill containment measures

The Institute of Biomechanics of Valencia (IBV) has confirmed that the use of risk management measures will guarantee that the…

AI fails to see logic in infill-ban

An Artificial Intelligence machine has questioned the logic behind the proposed ban on polymeric infill. The machine was asked five…

EC postpones decision on polymeric infill

The European Commission will decide only in March or April next year at the earliest whether it will adopt the…

End-of-life turf: the new gold

Reclaimed components of end-of-life synthetic turf can, by all means, be reused or repurposed. Authorities have drafted or are busy…

half of Norwegian fields still not compliant

More than five years since European authorities used data from infill dispersion on Norwegian synthetic turf fields to clamp down…

In times of great uncertainty, bold decisions can save the day

As the competent authorities are forced to increasingly take bold decisions, the list with challenges lower authorities around the world…

Dutch court rules in favor of SBR

Providing a third-generation synthetic turf field is fitted with risk management measures to prevent the spread of polymeric infill outside…

EC about to throw the baby out with the bathwater 

Sportsfields.info has reliably learnt that infills made of 100% biodegradable polymers are awaiting the same fate as traditional polymeric infills,…