Which costs more than $1 million, if the tests
prove that the fields are harmful to children, schools are reticent to allow their
turf fields to be tested for fear of negative publicity and having to pay to
have their turf fields replaced, and on the other hand.
The controversy around crumb rubber infill continues as a
new in-depth piece in the USA nowadays was published nowadays surveying the political
dispute occurring between school synthetic turf sports field superintendents, environmental agencies
and, consumer protection agencies.
On the one hand, despite the
fact that the tests they had conducted were not conclusive, oK to play on", the Consumer Product security commission is
being criticized for publishing a headline in 2008 proclaiming that synthetic turf with crumb rubber infills was "OK to install.
They have stated that
the security of such rubbers is not conclusive, due to recent political pressure. The Environmental Protection Agency has
historically supported the use of crumb rubber infills in fake turf fieldsd in their effort to
recycle old car tires, furthermore.
The Synthetic Turf Council have
touted the obvious advantages of fake turf, and on even so another hand, reduced care costs and
water savings, etc.
It seems that the debate around fake turf crumb rubber infill will just have to continue until
conclusive tests have been completed. ...