Five Ways Organic Infills Can Benefit Your Field and Athletes

With the growing demand for sustainable products across all industries, organic infills are becoming an increasingly popular choice for artificial turf systems. These infills, along with their strong environmental benefits, can provide excellent performance characteristics that make them great for sports fields, playgrounds, and other turf applications.

 

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By |2023-12-12T11:04:25-07:00November 27, 2023|BrockFill|0 Comments

Brock’s Carbon Zero Program

This will be a company-wide effort and will analyze everything from how we dispose of a coffee cup, to waste streams, air travel, factory operations, and every area where we can find improvement. Some of these things may drive up our internal costs. However, […]

Companies Consider Climate Change

The latest Brock product to hit the market, BrockFILL, is also on its way to Cradle-to-Cradle certification. It was crucial that our performance infill for athletes, not only be durable, have low abrasion, and achieve quality traction, […]

Replacement for Crumb Rubber Hits Artificial Turf Market

Boulder, CO  – Brock USA, the leading manufacturer of shock pads for artificial turf fields, has released the first affordable and durable organic replacement for crumb rubber infill for artificial turf – aptly named “BrockFILL™.” Artificial turf fields have four key components: a stone […]

By |2023-12-06T16:18:59-07:00January 14, 2019|BrockFill, Microplastics, News, Safety, Technology, The Latest|0 Comments

Athletic Business Interview On BrockFILL

Brock USA, the leading manufacturer of shock pads for artificial turf fields, has released the aptly named “BrockFILL” – the first affordable and durable organic replacement for crumb rubber. In late 2014 Brock USA began assembling a team of researchers from universities, sports testing labs, PhD scientists, engineers, […]

Sourcing + Sustainability Matter

Over 2000 new artificial turf fields are being installed every year in the United States. Each one of these fields require 120 tons of crumb rubber infill. Although the Environmental Protection Agency touted this downcycled, re-use methodology for their problem with tire disposal, it is simply a band-aid for the […]

By |2023-12-06T16:30:08-07:00January 14, 2019|BrockFill, Environment, Microplastics, News, The Latest|0 Comments
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