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TAG: Greenfields USA

California park installs fields with EPDM alternative infill

September 25, 2015By

The City of San Mateo, Calif., has installed a GreenFields USA synthetic turf system with an environmentally friendly infill at Los Prados Park, home to many of the city’s soccer, baseball and softball teams. The city selected GreenFields’ SlideMax XQ product along with an ethylene propylene diene monomer (EPDM) non-SBR rubber infill. SBR rubber is made of recycled car tires. Granules based on EPDM contain about 20... read more

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Greenfields installs first all-blue field

July 16, 2015By

Greenfields USA has installed its first navy blue field at The Vanguard School in Colorado Springs, Colo., which was recently ranked the 16th “Top Academic High School in America” by Newsweek. “The field is a wonderful addition to our school and has been getting constant rants and raves from players and fans,” says Pat Agee, The Vanguard School’s facilities manager. “With... read more

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Mini Fenway Park to install GreenFields TenCate turf system

May 9, 2014By

Mini Fenway Park chose FIFA Preferred Producer GreenFields‘ TenCate turf system for its field in Quincy, Maine, to be installed by  NET – Eastern Builders. Work began on the Fenway Park replica project in late April and is scheduled to be completed and ready for use in time for the field’s dedication to children on June 21. “We based our decision on the proven experience and... read more

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FIFA extends turf preferred producer initiative

November 13, 2013By

FIFA has extended its cooperation agreements with the preferred producers of football turf for world football’s governing body. The preferred producer initiative for football turf was introduced by the FIFA quality program in 2009. In 2011, the number of FIFA preferred producers was increased to nine, up from the initial five, and once again nine companies will be part of... read more

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