ASGI UPDATE: July 28, 2009 ASTM Publishes New Standard for Lead (Pb) In Synthetic Turf Fibers and Finished Yarns It’s official and you can purchase your own license of the newly published ASTM standard online at the ASTM website here: ($32 for individual license) http://www.astm.org/Standards/F2765.htm…
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Health and Heat Safety Meeting Topic: OSHA – HEAT RELATED ILLNESS Employees exerting themselves physically in the heat could be at risk of heat illness; a simple review of some handy safety tips with employees and/or end-users can make all the difference.
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Two cities spurn crumb rubber in artificial turf
The renovated synthetic turf soccer field at Thomas Jefferson Park in Manhattan has an alternative infill solution. More than 10 different alternatives exist to crumb rubber solutions used as infill – some of these, used for sports fields, will replace crumb rubber and other require the use of additional resiliency pads under the field surfaces.
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Building Green in California Entering New Era As the trend toward Building Green gains momentum, California – with its eye on harmful carbon dioxide emissions as well as recurring drought conditions and other environmental woes – remains ahead of the curve in encouraging businesses and…