As a socially responsible company, we place strong emphasis on sustainability, as replacing artificial turf installed on fields that generate huge amounts of mixed waste consisting of rubber, sand, and plastic each year in the European Union. By 2030, this volume of waste will increase 5 times, leading to over 3 million tonnes. The technology we elaborated enables us to separate different components of the removed artificial turf so that it can be reused on training fields, school grounds or where needed, thereby avoiding the generation of millions of tonnes of mixed waste every year.
Replacing fields with our technology does not pollute the environment and the quantity of CO2 emitted into the air is 70% less compared to our closest competitors. As the entire renovation process can be performed on the artificial fields and given the minimal need for transport. By doing this, CO2 emissions are several times less than our competitors. In this way we contribute to implementing the Paris Climate agreement adopted at the end of 2016, to which 195 countries committed themselves to cut greenhouse gas emissions and to hold the increase in the global average temperature to below 2° C in the long term.