Are you considering replacing your grass
playing fields with artificial turf?
In the face of the ongoing drought, many Australian schools are considering giving up the struggle to maintain their grass playing fields and taking the drastic option of replacing it with artificial turf. It’s an option that is not only a tragedy for our kids, but one that can carry significant risks.
Storm Sustainability, your educational environmental resource, has researched a much better option. It’s called KISSS Subsurface Textile Irrigation and it’s a cost-effective, water efficient way to keep your school’s playing fields fresh, green and natural.
KISSS Subsurface Textile Irrigation is an Australian invention. It is manufactured by an all-Australian company and is already in use by dozens of schools around Australia. In fact, it’s even being used in Canberra to keep the gardens of Parliament House green – and Canberra is known to be one of the worst drought affected areas in the country.
*Information source regarding artificial turf: http://www.blogcatalog.com/blog/grass-synthetic-info Storm Sustainability has referenced comments, observations and research created by third parties. We are not responsible for the comments or allegations made by others. We encourage those considering artificial versus natural turf to conduct their own research and this content is here to assist you.