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Proudly Made in Georgia

The recent announcement that FieldTurf will be the official surface of Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta is just the latest indication of how much Georgians love FieldTurf.   The company has more than 100 installations across the state, including high-profile fields at the University of Georgia, Georgia State University, the University of North Georgia, Robins Air…

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The Melwood Oval Will Leave You Breathless

Let’s take a trip down under! The fields at the Melwood Oval in Forestville, Australia were recently completed and we had to share! Make sure you see the breathtaking aerial video of the new facility. Designed for soccer and rugby, the 185K sq.ft facility showcases the FieldTurf Revolution system, regarded as the premier synthetic turf system with unparalleled player…

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Artificial Turf moratorium fails

Yet another moratorium on artificial turf has failed. This time it’s the city of Concord in Massachusetts. The final vote on Article 4, which called for the moratorium on all public lands, was 454 to 302 against. We have shared the full story below on our FieldTurf Blog or you can see the original Here. Concern…

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California Removes Proposed Moratorium on Crumb-Rubber used in Artificial Turf Fields

California Legislative Committee Removes Proposed Moratorium on Crumb-Rubber Products   Sacramento, California – The Environmental Quality Committee of the California State Senate affirmed the safety of crumb-rubber by removing the proposed temporary moratorium on the use of crumb-rubber in synthetic-turf fields and playgrounds.  State Senators raised concerns that the moratorium created a perception that crumb-rubber…

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Is Artificial Turf Safe?

Recent Reports surrounding the environmental safety of artificial turf may, on the surface, be alarming. However, simply put, artificial turf is safe and the science is there to prove it. While FieldTurf acknowledges the concerns of the groups behind these initiatives, the truth is that their questions have already been answered. Volumes of research and…

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