Supplier Approval Process For Artificial Pitches Is "Fundamentally Flawed"

Reg Clark at Twickenham
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24 February 2016 by Reg Clark, Group CEO of Rhino-Powa Holdings Ltd.

The recent controversy over the possible carcinogenic effects of the ‘rubber crumb’ infill used on most artificial sports pitches has, in my opinion, highlighted some serious structural flaws in the way the governing bodies of leading sports have managed this rapidly growing product area.

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