Sustainability lies at the core of our construction techniques. Turf one strives to be resource-efficient and environmentally responsible in its construction practices. We utilise recycled materials, where applicable, to prevent reusable material from being sent to landfills. Turf One’s in-house engineering team promote sustainable design solutions to repurpose end-of-life materials, use less carbon-intensive materials, thereby resulting in reduced CO emission. Our sustainable design solutions specify waste reduction, zero disposal and focus on water sensitive urban designs. Our design and execution techniques are constantly improving to promote sustainable practices and reduce the overall carbon footprint.
SUSTAINABLE SOLUTIONS - PROJECTS
Turf One has constructed successfully numerous synthetic football fields in Victoria and Sydney. At Petty’s Reserve, we utilised nearly 800t of recycled crushed rock as base material. Our synthetic grass system incorporates the use of recycled rubber as performance infill and shock pad manufactured from end-of-life rubber foams.
Turf One has designed and built multiple netball/tennis courts, where reclaimed asphalt and recycled crushed rock have been part of our pavement profile. In our recent project to the Frankston City Council, the existing asphalt surface was repurposed, preventing nearly 100t of asphalt from being sent to landfills.