Microplastics

Microplastics we reduce

Microplastics are small plastic particles, which escape into the environment causing concern for human and animal life. CCGrass’ commitment is to find a solution to this issue and develop a green artificial grass system that prevents microplastics from getting into the environment.

Organic infill turf systems

Organic infill
turf systems

Non-infill turf systems

Non-infill
turf systems

Green Play systems

Green Play
systems

Green Game systems

Green Game
systems

Organic infill turf systems

  • 100% recyclable
  • Cooler surface temperature
  • No smell

CCGrass is currently focusing on promoting turf systems with natural infill, such as cork, wood etc. They are 100% recyclable and sustainable. A sport pitch with natural infill is cooler than a pitch with rubber infill. Furthermore, natural infill is completely odorless and does not produce smells during warm and sunny days.

Non-infill turf systems

  • Environmental friendly
  • No microplastics
  • No infill splash
Green Artificial Grass System

CCGrass has been working on developing green artificial grass system that does not need performance infill, which is most often plastic. Non-infill systems use more yarn in the grass to ensure high standards are still met and CCGrass uses brand new technology to achieve this. To reduce the use of microplastics in artificial grass pitches, texturized yarn is used as the supporting layer, replicating some of the roles that performance infill plays.

Green Game systems

Green Game series

Green Game series,
a proven method to stabilize infill

Replicate roots in natural turf
Looks, acts and feels like natural grass roots and has a similar support function.
Stabilize the sand in the turf
The curly yarn tightly encapsulates the sand, making the sand layer more stable and not as mobile.

Green Play systems

The Green Play series secures the performance infill, by combining monofilament and fibrillated yarns together in one turf.

Control infill splash
The wide fibrillated yarn spreads and helps holding in loose infill and reducing splash.
Reduce loss of infill
Products with low splash can, more effectively, reduce infill migration to the surrounding environment.

Organic infill innovation

CCGrass has also been working with a new material and agricultural research group to develop organic infill solutions. The newest product developed is Xfill, which has passed anti-wearing measures in the lab along with shock absorption and vertical deformation and could be a solution to non-microplastic infill.

Nanjing Forestry University

Nanjing Agricultural University

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