Artificial grass is a term used to describe synthetic turf that is designed to resemble…
Synthetic grass usage on a large scale
AGR Artificial turf, believe it or not, is actually very Eco friendly. Despite what people may think when they hear the words, this turf is better for the environment than natural grass. Not because what the grass is producing is bad for the planet but the things that you put into your grass to keep it maintained is. Luckily, a lot of people have caught on to the trend of this Eco friendly turf and have started to install it in their neighborhoods. But do you know the bigger ways you can use artificial turf? Ways that you can save the planet even more?
We’ve established that using chemicals to keep your grass the way it is isn’t good for the earth and replacing it with artificial turf makes up for it. But doing this for small yards isn’t enough, think about the bigger picture. Think about the big sport fields that need all of those chemicals because of how often the field is used.
If you replaced the sports fields with artificial grass, you are cutting down so much of the bad stuff being put into the air. But it doesn’t stop with sport stadiums, honestly they were probably already using artificial turf because it’s easier that way, it extends to dog parks, playgrounds, even golf courses.
Artificial grass can be placed anywhere that normal and natural grass already grows. Or you can put it somewhere where natural grass isn’t. You can place it on dirt if you have just built a home and don’t want to wait for the grass to grow back. If you want your terrace or the roof of your building to have a little life added to it you can install the artificial turf there.
Big or small, artificial turf has plenty of uses and no matter what you are using it for you are definitely going to get your moneys worth out of it.