Unlocking sport turf sustainability through recycled sand's potential

October 24th, 2023

Watch our recent webinar about SPORTENG's groundbreaking experiment on using recycled glass sand as a growing medium for natural turf Fields of Play.

How will climate change affect Turf Management?

November 01st, 2022

The impacts of a changing climate on turfgrass management will be varied and localised. It will be up to turf managers to understand their turf areas.

What are the impacts of climate change on Australia's climate?

October 23rd, 2022

The cause of climate change is still being debated; however, there is overwhelming evidence that the climate is changing and impacting how we manage turf.

SPORTENG receive Parks & Leisure Australia Research Award Commendation

July 03rd, 2022

SPORTENG has been awarded the PLA VIC/TAS Research Award Commendation for our work on recycled glass sand for natural turf sportsfields.

SPORTENG named finalist in the SEAChanger Awards {2020}

April 05th, 2022

SPORTENG has been named finalist in the Sports Environment Alliance SEAChanger Awards {2020} on behalf of the Waverley Netball Centre.

Can recycled glass sand be used as growing medium for natural turf?

November 25th, 2021

We are undertaking a trial to test whether recycled glass sand can be used as a growing medium for natural turf Fields of Play.

Preparing to meet net zero carbon emissions by 2050

July 30th, 2021

Learn about possible actions for reducing a project's carbon emissions and how to design Fields of Play projects to meet net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.

SPORTENG becomes a partner of the Sports Environment Alliance

April 25th, 2021

We are pleased to advise that SPORTENG is now an active partner of the Sports Environment Alliance (also known as SEA). Read more!

Synthetic grass is a solution to urban densification

March 16th, 2021

Urban densification negatively impacts our transport networks and places some of our existing Fields of Play under unsustainable stress and strain.