Synthetic Turf City of Refuge Play Area

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Synthetic Turf International helps ids in need by installing a synthetic turf City of Refuge play area   History​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​:​​​​​​​​​ ​​​​​​​​​In 1970, a group calling themselves Mission Possible initiated a street feeding program in downtown Atlanta. The feeding program grew and other outreach efforts were added. After many years of working with the city’s neediest individuals and…

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STI Synthetic Turf App

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​Yes, there’s an app for that! The synthetic turf app from Synthetic Turf International is here. STI is on the cutting edge of mobile technology, and now you can browse our entire selection of products, so you can quickly and easily review specs and compare styles to find the turf that is right for your…

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Synthetic Turf 360 Synthetic Turf Guide

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The Synthetic Turf Council created Synthetic Turf 360°, A Guide for Today’s Synthetic Turf, to showcase the numerous uses and benefits of synthetic turf. It features information about athletic fields and the growing Landscape & Recreation category, which includes parks, playgrounds, homes, businesses, golf courses and more. Feel free to use and share this copyrighted…

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Synthetic Turf Conserves Over 3 Billion Gallons of Water

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  While millions of people, businesses, schools and homeowners use synthetic turf for landscape and play, one of its major beneficiaries is the environment. As of 2011, the estimated total amount of synthetic turf installed in North America conserves more than three billion gallons of water, significantly reduces smog emissions, eliminates close to a billion…

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