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Study Proves Rubber Granules in Artificial Turf Safe for the Environment

MONTREAL, Aug. 30, 2007 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) — The results of a long-term study confirms that the rubber granules used in the construction of artificial turf fields pose absolutely no threat to the environment.

 

ALIAPUR, the leading French government body responsible for used tires, along with ADEME, the French Agency for Environment and Energy Management has completed a scientific study that aimed at evaluating possible environmental impact from the rubber granules in sports fields that are derived from recycled used car tires.

The studies prove no cause for concern to human health.

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