Our Mission – Informing You On The Good, Bad, and Ugly of Outdoor Synthetic Surfaces
From football and soccer fields, to horse and dog recreation areas, to home and business landscape features, to playgrounds and parks, synthetic turf is becoming ubiquitous in America. Synthetic outdoor surfaces are no longer reserved for the token driving range or putting practice area.
With the growth in popularity of synthetic outdoor surfaces has come more than a little controversy.
From potential connections between crumb tire rubber and cancer, to sustainability concerns on the eventual disposal of the product, to serious potential injury issues, the product once viewed as fake grass, now poses very real problems.
Outdoor synthetic surfaces are being implemented across the country in such a variety of ways that the time has come for a resource to offer greater insights into the who, what, where, when, and how of OSS.
Stay tuned to our website as we work to bring to light the issues facing outdoor synthetic surfaces today, and give interested parties the information they need to make the best choices for their unique need and use.