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Artificial Turf Articles


4 Myths About Artificial Turf and The Environment

Posted by Troy Scott on 08 May

 

Nothing is more frustrating to those of us in the artificial grass industry than the myths about artificial turf that persist in spite of a multitude of scientific studies and other evidence. When it comes to artificial grass and the environment, the facts show that fake grass is actually more eco-friendly than natural grass, in multiple ways.

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Topics: artificial grass, Environmentally Friendly, environmental benefits, Artificial Turf Grass, Artificial lawn

Using Recycled Materials In Your Hardscaping

Posted by Troy Scott on 31 May

 

We Californians have earned a reputation for being forward-thinking. And deservedly so. Years of dramatic drought have brought home to us the importance of sustainability, in undeniable ways. One creative way to show your sustainable side is by using recycled materials and repurposed treasures to put a unique twist on the traditional concept of hardscaping. 

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Topics: Environmentally Friendly

Upgrading Athletic Fields With Artificial Turf - 2 Main Benefits

Posted by Troy Scott on 23 June

 

Now that school is out, it’s time to prepare for the upcoming year. Among other details, coaches and administrators have to ensure athletic fields are in tip-top condition and ready for play. Time is short, because for some sports, practice starts well before the first bell rings. Upgrading to artificial turf ensures your fields will be pristine on Day One and will remain that way all year long.

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Topics: Artificial Grass Benefits, Environmentally Friendly

20 Tips For Saving Money And Going Green

Posted by Troy Scott on 13 February

 

In order to protect the earth and maintain precious resources for future generations, everyone needs to do their part. Going green is increasing in scope, from the choices we make in household products and design to the types of vehicles we drive and careers we take. According to Advertising Age, nearly $40 billion is spent on environmentally friendly products and services annually. This includes eco-friendly home products like artificial turf, recycled building materials, and solar energy systems.

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Topics: Environmentally Friendly, Eco-Friendly

Artificial Turf Infill Options: Learn About Envirofill

Posted by Troy Scott on 03 January

 

The type of infill you choose when you have your artificial turf installed can make a big difference. If you have children and pets, the wrong infill will not last very long. EnviroFill is one of the best infill products on the market, especially when it comes to preventing the transfer of germs and the reduction of its impact on the environment. EnviroFill has an entire list of benefits that make it one of the wisest choices when it comes to completing your artificial turf.

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Topics: Environmentally Friendly, Infill

How Do Solar Panels Withstand Extreme Weather Conditions?

Posted by Troy Scott on 16 December

 
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Topics: Environmentally Friendly

What is The Size of Synthetic Turf's Carbon Footprint?

Posted by Troy Scott on 27 May

When you’re gazing out over your beautiful lawn, whether it’s natural or synthetic, you’d like to think you’re being environmentally responsible, right? Unfortunately, when it comes to choosing a lawn, there are pros and cons to both natural and artificial grasses (and the online debate rages on).

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Topics: artificial turf, Environmentally Friendly, Beautiful Lawns

Water Usage – What Can You Do? Synthetic Grass is a Good Answer

Posted by Troy Scott on 29 May

Did you know the average American household uses 350 gallons of water per day? Yes, per day. This statistic is astounding, considering that throughout the world, 884 million people do not have access to clean water. Research suggests that if current trends continue, almost two-thirds of the entire population will experience water shortages by 2025. That’s only 12 years away. In California, many residents are trucking in bottled water to bathe their kids. Is there anything we can do?

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Topics: Residential Artificial Grass, artificial grass, artificial turf, Environmentally Friendly, Drought Tolerant Landscaping

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