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GardenGrass chooses circular artificial turf

GardenGrass is choosing the future by incorporating circular artificial grass from LimeGreen® into its product offering. With this collaboration, GardenGrass takes a significant step in making its product portfolio more sustainable. LimeGreen® welcomes another important Changemaker to its green movement through this partnership.

ONE-DNA artificial grass

GardenGrass is a distributor of artificial grass for gardens, events, playgrounds, and small sports fields. As a total supplier, the company serves an extensive network of artificial grass specialists and landscapers in the Netherlands.

Through this partnership, GardenGrass makes circular artificial grass available to consumers and artificial grass processing companies in the Netherlands. Together, we continue to drive the artificial grass market forward. GardenGrass Director Mart Sweep says, “We are very pleased with this circular addition to our product portfolio. We also notice that there is increasing demand in the market for more sustainable solutions.”

Green transition

With circular ONE-DNA™ artificial grass, LimeGreen® is leading as many artificial grass installers and suppliers as possible in a green transition for the artificial grass industry. This artificial grass is made of 100% one polymer and is produced very energy-efficiently.

“We are delighted to welcome GardenGrass as a Changemaker. By joining forces in the market, we ensure that circular artificial grass becomes even more widely available. By expanding the offering together, we also increase the chance that consumers, municipalities, and developers choose the most sustainable artificial grass for their gardens and lawns,” says Jasper Eppingbroek, director of LimeGreen®.

Green deal!

With the European Union’s Green Deal, Europe and the world need to take action. Europe aims to become the first climate-neutral continent, requiring rapid and significant steps. For manufacturing industries, this means reducing CO2 emissions to zero by 2050. It also means working towards circular use and minimizing resource consumption. More and more artificial grass companies are becoming aware of the need for sustainability within their industry.