CONICA has decided to participate in this year's FSB from the 26th to 29th of October in Cologne, Germany. In doing so, the company is sending a clear signal, despite all the adverse circumstances caused by Covid-19, that we are convinced that the market and customers want to be present at physical events once again.
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In a comprehensive life cycle assessment, researchers at Zurich University of Applied Sciences in cooperation with the Grün Stadt Zürich and sports ground experts have compared the environmental impact of natural and artificial turf from pitch construction through maintenance and renovation through to dismantling and disposal.
Richter Spielgeräte GmbH has been building high-quality play equipment from larch wood for over 50 years. It designs play areas in and in front of shopping centres all over the world.
All the fans of top international athletic sports are aware that following the IAAF World Championships 2019 in Doha, the World Athletics Federation has been renamed. Here is the background.
Artificial turf on sports fields provides an excellent playing surface. Through use and drainage, precipitation and surface water rinse out microplastics. A challenge that Hauraton meets with responsible environmental technology.
As part of the redesign of the riverbank, the city of Cincinnati developed an innovative and differentiated park project. Kate Tooke, Associate Principal at Sasaki, explains the planning concept for the park, which invites curious visitors of all ages to play.