Tour Links and UltraBase are interlocking polymeric panel structure systems, made from durable components that are used for base construction, changing the requirements for excavation, site prep and potentially replacing most or all traditional crushed rock required. These patented solutions are pioneering new options for our use in the artificial grass industry.
Posted in Crumb Rubber, EPA, Health & Environment, Infill Solutions, Lead & Heavy Metals Tagged Artificial Grass, Artificial Grass Fields, artificial turf, Artificial Turf Georgia, Artificial Turf Market, crumb rubber hazards, crumb rubber infill, EPA, Grass Surface Info, green building, hazards, lead, synthetic grass, synthetic turf
http://www.epa.gov/nerl/features/tire_crumbs.html The Use of Recycled Tire Materials on Playgrounds & Artificial Turf Fields http://www.asgi.us/wp-admin/post.php?action=edit&post=775&message=6#post_name Posted: December 3, 2009 Downloadable Documents Download “A Scoping-Level Field Monitoring Study of Synthetic Turf Fields and Playgrounds” (pdf, 123pp, 7.2MB) Download a pdf file of the Tire Crumbs fact sheet.…
Posted in Artificial Grass, ASTM, CPSC, Crumb Rubber, ESTO, Field Related Info, FIFA, Heat, Market Topics, Parks & Rec, Schools - Public & Private Tagged Artificial Grass, Artificial Grass Fields, artificial turf, Artificial Turf Georgia, Artificial Turf Market, ASTM, CPSC, EPA, Field Related Info, FIFA, Heat, lead, MRSA, synthetic grass, synthetic turf, Synthetic Turf Council
Research, safety and the future of artificial turf Recent announcements have once again put synthetic field systems in the spotlight. Perhaps the most assertive comments were made by Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) president Joseph S. Blatter on a German TV show, “Inside…
Get-The-Lead-Out.Org – Industry Website for Artificial Turf Grass Products that Meet or Exceed National and State Standards
Posted in Artificial Turf Yarn Fibers, CPSC, CPSIA, Lead & Heavy Metals, Prop 65
Go up and visit and find companies and products that meet or exceed national and state standards for lead (Pb) in artificial grass and synthetic turf yarns and fibers: GET-THE-LEAD-OUT.org