Across the County, Taxpayer-Funded Turf Fields Are Falling Apart After Just a Few Years – Voice of San Diego

With $33 Million invested San Diego County schools have already had to replace more than 20 synthetic turf fields that wore out prematurely. While natural turf fields do require some water, TWCA Qualified cultivars can minimize the amount needed and provide safe playing surfaces indefinitely

Defective FieldTurf fields are rapidly falling apart all over the country, including in San Diego County, where more than 20 fields needed replacement while still under warranty. A sweeping review of public records obtained by Voice of San Diego reveals that as FieldTurf’s fields failed prematurely, the company demanded more money from local schools wanting a sturdy replacement.

Source: Across the County, Taxpayer-Funded Turf Fields Are Falling Apart After Just a Few Years – Voice of San Diego

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