TotalEnergies unveils its new product range RE:clic to accelerate the circular economy for plastics

TotalEnergies unveils its new product range RE:clic to accelerate the circular economy for plastics


Brussels, October 19, 2022 – TotalEnergies announces the launch of its new product range RE:clic for its low-carbon polymers that contribute to address the challenges of the circular economy.
Lighter than many alternatives, polymers contribute to reduce the carbon footprint of many end-use applications by improving their energy efficiency.
TotalEnergies has been reinventing its polymers sourcing to accompany the transformation of the plastics value chain. Its portfolio based on polymers from recycled material or from bio-feedstock will help its customers achieve their sustainability goals, without compromises on performance or processability. Within the RE:clic range, we now distinguish between:

• The RE:use polymers range, which contain recycled plastic obtained through a mechanical recycling process. They are derived from post-consumer and post-industrial plastic wastes;

• The RE:build polymers range, which are produced through an advanced recycling process that converts hard to recycle plastic waste into circular feedstock. The recycled content of the resulting polymers is tracked throughout the production process thanks to the ISCC PLUS certification. These polymers exhibit identical properties to virgin polymers and are therefore suitable for high-end, demanding applications, including food-contact;

• The RE:newable polymers range, which are derived from bio-based products. Produced from renewable feedstocks certified under ISCC PLUS, these polymers substantially reduce the carbon footprint of finished products and retain virgin-like properties.

“This announcement marks yet another step forward in TotalEnergies’ development of a circular economy for plastics and is fully aligned with the Company’s ambition”, said Nathalie Brunelle, Vice President Polymers at TotalEnergies. “The products associated with these new ranges are  concrete solutions to help us reach our ambition of commercializing 30% circular polymers by 2030”.


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Study reveals that Amorim Sports cork infills contribute to a lower carbon footprint

Amorim Sports’ Nature infills have a negative carbon balance of -72.5kg CO2e/kg. Amorim Sports provides solutions for artificial turf systems for sports applications. Produced with cork, these components, used in artificial sports pitches, contribute to a positive impact on the climate.


Amorim Sport’s nature range is composed of 100% natural cork performant infills. All these products are certified and specially designed for the application. They help improve players’ comfort and foster a lower surface temperature while providing an advantage in terms of sustainability.

These figures and analysis reinforce the company’s commitment to develop a business activity that promotes and offers products with proven capacity to retain higher CO2 sequestration levels than the CO2 emissions associated with their production.

The study was based on a tool specifically developed by PwC – PricewaterhouseCoopers, which makes it possible to estimate the Carbon Footprint associated to granules produced from cork and cork waste, from the management phase of the cork oak forest, transport of these raw materials, processing and packaging, to the factory gate, using the Cradle-to-Gate approach (which does not include transport, application or end-of-life destination).

The use of cork infills in sports systems – in particular football, rugby and other sports fields – returns part of nature to an artificial turf system, bringing it closer to the characteristics of natural turf. Since it is a natural material, cork offers several advantages over traditional infill solutions, including a more natural look and feel, the absence of toxicity and a neutral odor.

Cork infills are valued by athletes given their performance, great moisture absorption capacity and absence of agglomeration of granules that deliver technical quality to pitches and create excellent playing conditions.

The unique characteristics of this 100% natural, renewable, and recyclable raw material therefore guarantees a balance between performance and environmental sustainability.








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Sekisui Alveo launches new version of Alveosport shock pad with a low-carbon footprint

Sekisui Alveo, European manufacturer of high-quality polyolefin foams, is known for innovation, also in terms of environmental performance. The latest development is the use of bio-circular base materials for making the company’s renowned Alveosport shock pad used in artificial turf systems and playground surfaces. With this new offering, Alveosport retains its proven technical performance and is now ISCC PLUS certified as well. This makes the new product an excellent way to significantly reduce the carbon footprint of athletic surfaces.

Alveosport is a physically crosslinked closed-cell polyolefin foam product designed especially for use as a resilient underlay in sports fields and playground systems. The material meets stringent quality standards including EN 15330-4 (2022), FIFA QUALITY, FIFA QUALITY PRO, FIH (hockey), IRB (rugby), and GAA (Gaelic soccer), and is thus suitable for the most demanding applications. Over the past ten years, the product has been installed in hundreds of sports fields around the world. Proven performance and durability have made Alveosport a well-known brand name – and Sekisui Alveo has just made Alveosport even better: ISCC PLUS certified Alveosport is made with mass balanced bio-circular resources which are waste and residues as a substitute for virgin fossil resources, a change that drastically reduces the carbon footprint of the material.

A step into a certified sustainable future
Professional associations like the ESTC (EMEA Synthetic Turf Council) and IAKS (International Association for Sports and Leisure Facilities) advocate environmentally sustainable solutions – and Certified Alveosport fills the bill with the use of mass balanced bio-circular resources which are based on waste and residues.

ISCC PLUS certified Alveosport can significantly enhance the environmental profile of sports surfaces. Application Development Manager Sascha Paul at Sekisui Alveo calls the new product “a step into a certified sustainable future for sports fields.”

Performance remains unchanged – no re-certification required

ISCC PLUS certified Alveosport foam is identical to standard Alveosport foam in terms of performance and durability. The new foam meets all the same exacting quality and performance standards met by the original version. This is a big benefit, explains Rolf Krämer, sales manager at Sekisui Alveo: “With Alveosport made of ISCC PLUS certified raw materials, the well-known FIFA certified shock-pad performance does not change and the system does not require any re-certification.”

Bio-circular feedstock versus fossil resources

Standard foams typically use fossil-based raw materials. ISCC PLUS certified Alveosport foam is made using certified resin produced with feedstock based on the bio-circular mass balance approach as a substitute for these fossil resources. Bio-circular feedstocks are considered a waste / processing residue of biological origin that are re-used, thus significantly reducing the consumption of fossil resources. Such sustainable bio-circular feedstocks have a negative carbon footprint due to biogenic absorption during the growth phase of renewable feedstocks.

More detailed information on the Sekisui Alveo ISCC PLUS certified bio-circular mass balance approach system is available HERE.

An all-round winner

The environmental benefits of Alveosport are not limited to reduction of the carbon footprint. Alveosport is PAH free. Any leaching of substances into the environment is well below allowable limits. Artificial turf sport fields and playgrounds also have decisive advantages over natural grass surfaces. They require no watering, fertilizers, or herbicides.

Alveosport excels not only in terms of environmental performance but also in terms of technical performance, convenience, cost, and maintenance. The resilient material delivers excellent ball-bounce characteristics, and the cushioning effect reduces injuries of players using the surface for any type of sport. Artificial turf systems can be installed in any climate zone and used at any time. They allow intensive use and require comparatively little maintenance, which minimizes costs for the community or owner. Alveosport is delivered in large but easily manageable rolls, making for easy and efficient installation. With a service life of up to 25 years, the Alveosport shock-pad can typically be reused when the grass mat is replaced. For all these reasons, Alveosport has become a favourite among athletes, clubs, owners, and installation contractors.

Part of a broad commitment to sustainability

The ISCC PLUS certified version of Alveosport expands Sekisui Alveo’s line of ISCC PLUS certified products that began with Alveolit TA foams in 2020. It underscores the company’s ongoing commitment to environmental responsibility and sustainable material sourcing.

Sekisui Alveo considers its products throughout their entire lifecycle: from raw material sourcing to manufacturing and final application. The sustainability benefits realised in the initial stages of material sourcing and production are passed on to customers further down the supply chain. Additional benefits are realised in the application phase. Many of the company’s high-quality foams are used as sustainable, energy-saving solutions in a wide variety of applications due to their flexibility, softness, light weight, excellent insulating & damping qualities, and long-term performance. Typical application fields include not only sports facilities but also building construction, industrial, medical, and transportation.

How was the ISCC PLUS certification achieved?

The ISCC PLUS certification for the newly launched version of Alveosport was based on the mass balance approach, which has become widely adopted in the chemical industry. As a milestone on the journey towards a sustainable economy, this approach is designed to trace the flow of materials through a complex value chain. Since different types of feedstocks are typically blended in the manufacturing process, physical segregation of sustainable content is often practically and economically infeasible. The mass balance approach makes it possible to track the amount of sustainable content in the value chain and attribute it to products based on verifiable bookkeeping. For companies using the mass balance approach, ISCC PLUS certification verifies that the mass balance accounting follows predefined and transparent rules. Under ISCC requirements, mass balance calculations and product sustainability declarations are audited by an ISCC-recognised independent body.


Sekisui Alveo AG – Company profile

Sekisui Alveo AG, with head office in Adligenswil, Switzerland, develops and produces extruded and cross-linked polyolefin foams used in Adhesive Coating, Automotive, Construction including Artificial Turf, as well as Industrial and Consumer Goods. The solutions are developed in close cooperation with processing companies and manufacturers, and tested and approved in the company’s Application Service Laboratory.

Sekisui Alveo was established in 1971 and today employs 500 people. Beside the head office in Adligenswil (Switzerland) and the two production plants in Roermond (Netherlands) and Bad Sobernheim (Germany), the company has local offices throughout Europe. Sekisui Alveo is owned by Sekisui Chemical Co. Ltd.




Sustainable ProPlay shock pad now certified as subbase for field hockey fields in the Netherlands

ProPlay, the sustainable shock pad produced by Schmitz Foam Products, has been officially certified by the Dutch Hockey Association (KNHB) as a subbase for field hockey fields. 

When the Dutch hockey club RHC Concordia was forced to replace all their fields due to extreme flooding in July 2021, they wanted to invest in a durable and sustainable solution. ProPlay is produced of recycled foam, and meets all performance criteria, but it was not yet certified. The club requested approval to use ProPlay as a subbase for their new artificial turf fields, and the KNHB responded positively to this request by certifying ProPlay.

Shock pad made of residual foam
ProPlay shock pads are produced out of collected residual foam sourced from high-end industries such as the automotive industry. The used residual materials have passed all quality tests and are therefore suitable for processing into high-quality products. Without Schmitz Foam Products giving these surplus foams a second life, they would likely end up in landfills or in incinerators.

ProPlay is recyclable at end of life
ProPlay can be recycled. When it is no longer used for its original application, the shock pads can be collected by Schmitz Foam Products after which they are processed into new materials. Not only is this sustainable, it also provides clubs like RHC Concordia with a potential significant cost saving, as having subbases disposed of often is an expensive process.

Easy installation saves time
Because ProPlay shock pads are supplied in their characteristic jigsaw puzzle shape, installing the subbase takes little time.  It doesn’t require special skills or equipment and is independent of weather conditions. As a result, the entire project of replacing RHC Concordia’s three field hockey fields could be accomplished from start to finish in just five months. Since the club no longer had any officially approved field to play on, this quick installation was much needed.

Shock pad resistant to heavy equipment
Because clubs want to thoroughly clean their fields on a regular basis, it is important that these fields can withstand heavy equipment. ProPlay is on average thicker than other subbase surfaces for sports fields. This provides extra strength and a longer lifespan. ProPlay is guaranteed to last at least 25 years and the pads serve as a suitable subbase, even after the artificial turf is replaced.

TotalEnergies – new leaflet for the synthetic turf market

Yarn Chemistry is our Field – the latest leaflet from TotalEnergies for the synthetic turf market 

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TotalEnergies and Honeywell sign a strategic agreement to promote the development of advanced plastic recycling

Paris and Houston, February 16, 2022 – TotalEnergies and Honeywell today announced a strategic agreement to promote the development of advanced plastic recycling. Under this agreement, Honeywell will agree to supply TotalEnergies with Recycled Polymer Feedstock (RPF) using Honeywell’s UpCycle Process Technology at the recently announced Honeywell and Sacyr advanced recycling plant, intended to be built in Andalucía, Spain. TotalEnergies will purchase and convert this raw material into virgin-quality polymers, which could be used for food-grade packaging and other high demanding applications.
The UpCycle plant, which will be owned by a joint venture between Honeywell and Sacyr, is planned to process and convert yearly 30,000 tons of mixed plastic waste into RFP, that may otherwise be destined for landfill or incineration. The projected startup of the UpCycle plant is expected in 2023, with RPF to be used for the manufacturing of high-quality polymers in TotalEnergies’ European-based production units. With identical properties to virgin polymers, the recycled polymers are expected to be suitable for a wide range of applications including food-grade applications, such as flexible and rigid food packaging containers.
This first planned project represents the start of the collaboration between TotalEnergies and Honeywell in the field of advanced recycling. Both parties are committed to addressing the issue of plastic waste and helping to build a more circular and sustainable economy in Europe, and the rest of the world.
“We are pleased to partner with Honeywell to tackle the issue of plastic waste through the development of advanced plastic recycling, and thereby the circular economy, one of the pillars of sustainable development. This project, with a 2023 targeted startup, will contribute to meet our ambition of producing 30% recycled and renewable polymers by 2030 “said Valérie Goff, Senior Vice President, Polymers at TotalEnergies.
“Plastics demand will continue to grow, so it’s critical to create a linkage between waste management and plastics production to strengthen a circular flow of plastics,” said Ben Owens, vice president and general manager, Honeywell Sustainable Technology Solutions. “The relationship with TotalEnergies will provide a strong recycled polymer feedstock offtake partner and coupled with our recently announced advanced recycling plant with Sacyr, Honeywell is leading the drive toward a more circular e plastics economy.”
About TotalEnergies
TotalEnergies is a global multi-energy company that produces and markets energies: oil and biofuels, natural gas and green gases, renewables and electricity. Our 105,000 employees are committed to energy that is ever more affordable, cleaner, more reliable and accessible to as many people as possible. Active in more than 130 countries, TotalEnergies puts sustainable development in all its dimensions at the heart of its projects and operations to contribute to the well-being of people.

About Honeywell
Honeywell ( is a Fortune 100 technology company that delivers industry-specific solutions that include aerospace products and services; control technologies for buildings and industry; and performance materials globally. Our technologies help everything from aircraft, buildings, manufacturing plants, supply chains, and workers become more connected to make our world smarter, safer, and more sustainable.

Schmitz Foam Products & the week of the Circular Economy

February 7th to the 12th  was the Dutch week of the circular economy. The purpose of this week is to show how the circular economy works in practice. With a rising demand for resources worldwide, there is also a demand, if not a necessity, to handle these resources more responsibly. With this in mind, the Dutch government has set the goal to make the Dutch economy completely circular by 2050.

At Schmitz Foam Products, circular entrepreneurship is part of our DNA.  Have a look and see how we achieve this at Schmitz Foam Products.

What is circular economy?

In short, it means that existing resources will be reused, repaired or recycled. The intent is to extend  the life cycle of resources and realize optimal waste reduction. At the end of the life cycle the resources will be brought back into the economy, to ensure that the cycle will continue.

Who is Schmitz Foam Products?

Schmitz Foam Products B.V. is the global supplier of ProPlay®, the perfect shock pad with drainage properties for high-quality artificial grass systems in sports and playgrounds.

  • Meets quality standards of International Sport federations
  • Excellent vertical and horizontal drainage capacity
  • 25 year warranty for the owner of the field
  • Circularity is key:
    – Produced from post-industrial recycled foam
    – Can be reused or recycled at the end of life of the field

How Schmitz Foam Products conducts circular business

At Schmitz Foam Products circular entrepreneurship is high on the agenda. We work in according to the ‘3 R’s of Sustainability’:


Most ProPlay products are made of quality foams that no longer have a meaningful purpose in their particular industries. These foams come from industries such as the automotive, packaging, medical, sports and leisure and construction industries. These foams have passed all quality tests, but are seen as “obsolete”. This can be, for example, because of an excess in stock, cutting residues or products that have not been sold and taken out of stock. If Schmitz Foam Products did not offer these products a second chance, they would probably end up being incinerated or being transported to waste disposal. The demand for our products makes Schmitz Foam Products one of the world’s largest recyclers of XPE Foams.

Fun fact; We work together with many partners across many industries to  convert these foams, sometimes even installing shredders at their facility to make transport more efficient.


Schmitz Foam Products constantly gives foam a new chance, our own ProPlay shock pads included. ‘Thanks to the use of quality foam, the performance degradation is very limited. That is why we are comfortable claiming that even once ProPlay is no longer delivering what is needed for sports, it can still have a useful purpose in other applications.’ Much of the ability to extend the lifespan of the foam can be attributed to Schmitz Foam’s long-time experience and extensive knowledge of polyethylene foams.

Fun fact; When replacing an artificial grass carpet at its end of life, the ProPlay shock pads underneath may appear as if they were installed yesterday. Our shock pad will outlast the turf for 2 or even 3 cycles, enforcing our commitment to sustainability and our 25 year warranty. At Schmitz Foam Products we are proud that our products are being re-used, especially as its performance in terms of shock absorption and water permeability are still up to par.


The Schmitz Foam Products’ recycling philosophy aims to reuse whatever possible before recycling is considered as an alternative. The company will go to great lengths to find a second use for ProPlay sheets that have been reclaimed  if they can still serve a purpose elsewhere.

This philosophy aims to find a new long-term application for a used shock pad(reuse). Only once it is established that this is not the case will the ProPlay be recycled. When recycling, it is important that the shock pads are clean; free of sand, stones or any other contamination. Clean pads can then be reintroduced in our production process.

Fun fact; In 2022 we will install our in-house shock pad washing device. By having this we can better serve the market for end-of-use shockpads. We can then further clean, shred and dry shockpads in order to recycle them. Another step forward in our circular strategy!



Plastic Energy and TotalEnergies sign an Agreement for an Advanced Recycling Project in Spain

Paris/London, 11 January, 2022 – Plastic Energy and TotalEnergies have announced a new agreement to promote the development of advanced plastic recycling. Under this agreement, Plastic Energy plans to build a second advanced recycling plant in Sevilla, Spain, in addition to their existing operational plant, which will transform end-of-life plastic waste into a recycled feedstock called TACOIL using Plastic Energy’s patented recycling technology. TotalEnergies will convert this raw material into virgin-quality polymers, which can be used for food-grade packaging.

The plant will process and convert 33,000 tons of post-consumer end-of-life plastic waste yearly, that would otherwise be destined for landfill or incineration. The plant is expected to become operational in early 2025, with TACOIL to be used for the manufacturing of high-quality polymers in TotalEnergies’ European-based production units, following a successful processing experimentation in TotalEnergies’ petrochemical platform in Antwerp. With identical properties to virgin ones, the recycled polymers will be suitable for use in food-grade applications, such as flexible and rigid food packaging containers.

Plastic Energy and TotalEnergies are both firmly committed to develop plastics recycling to address the issue of plastic waste, and to build a circular economy in Europe and globally. In line with this commitment, TotalEnergies and Plastic Energy have announced in September 2020 a joint venture to build a plastic waste conversion facility with a capacity of 15,000 tonnes per year at the TotalEnergies Grandpuits zero-crude platform in France. The project is expected to be operational in 2023.

Additionally, Plastic Energy, Freepoint Eco-Systems and TotalEnergies announced a strategic partnership in October 2021 for a similar recycling plant in Texas, U.S.A. This plant, which is a joint venture between Plastic Energy and Freepoint Eco-systems, will have the capacity to recycle 33,000 tonnes of plastic waste per year, and is expected to be operational by mid-2024. Under the agreement, TACOIL will be converted by TotalEnergies in its Texas-based production units.
“I am pleased to announce another new Plastic Energy plant in Spain, and a new collaboration agreement with our partner, TotalEnergies” said Carlos Monreal, founder and CEO of Plastic Energy. “This new large-scale recycling plant will be an impactful addition to our existing portfolio of operational plants in Spain and will allow for an increase in the amount of end-of-life plastics that we can recycle in Europe.”

“This new project with Plastic Energy in Spain follows two collaboration projects already announced in France and the U.S. Those projects contribute to addressing the challenge of the circular economy and to our ambition of producing 30% recycled and renewable polymers by 2030,” said Valérie Goff, Senior Vice President, Polymers at TotalEnergies.
About Plastic Energy Ltd.

Plastic Energy is a global leader in chemical recycling, offering a sustainable solution to help prevent plastic waste, transforming previously unrecyclable plastic waste into a valuable resource. Our patented and proven chemical recycling technology converts end-of-life plastic waste into an optimal feedstock (TACOIL) for making virgin-quality recycled plastics. Plastic Energy currently has two chemical recycling plants that are in constant operation in Spain and is one of the few companies worldwide that has sold TACOIL from the conversion of end-of-life plastic waste to replace fossil oils in the manufacturing of new plastics. We are leading our field in the transition to a low-carbon circular economy for plastics. Visit our website at and follow us on Twitter and Linkedin.

About TotalEnergies

TotalEnergies is a global multi-energy company that produces and markets energies: oil and biofuels, natural gas and green gases, renewables and electricity. Our 105,000 employees are committed to energy that is ever more affordable, cleaner, more reliable and accessible to as many people as possible. Active in more than 130 countries, TotalEnergies puts sustainable development in all its dimensions at the heart of its projects and operations to contribute to the well-being of people.

Apetek presents certification for its products ‘Remade in Italy’

This certification is valid for all of our product ranges & proves that our products are 100% recycled and recyclable.
Choosing eco-friendly products means preferring the use of natural materials and, this is where our adhesion to the Green Circular Economy Program was born.
For some time now, the word “Green” has become commonplace in our vocabulary. Sustainability must be created by ourselves and therefore to the sustainability of the products we buy.
Clients are increasingly sensitive to the quality of the environment.
The REMADE in ITALY certification that our shock pads have identified products made of eco-friendly raw materials.
In nowadays, when the Earth is at the center of numerous bad events to the environment, the sustainable behavior that respects the natural heritage of the Planet, is using the REMADE in ITALY certified products.
A solution for those who want to protect the Earth by choosing a sustainable lifestyle.
We are Green and proud of it!

Sekisui Alveo introduces innovative shockpad foam for non-infill systems

Sekisui Alveo, European manufacturer of high-quality polyolefin foams, has expanded its well-known Alveosport product line. Alveosport NUT 3011-14 is a new foam designed especially for use as a shockpad in artificial turf systems designed without infill. The innovative material not only meets the technical and quality requirements for sports fields, it presents an alternative to the questionable rubber infill used in many artificial turf systems.

Various artificial turf systems in use today incorporate rubber infill in order to achieve the desired performance characteristics. Problem is, this ground rubber is a material of concern. It impacts both the environmental and health, and this has been a topic of discussion at the European level. Artificial turf systems designed without the infill appear to be a promising alternative.

New shockpad with enhanced performance

In artificial turf systems without infill, more of the vertical sports performance must be provided by the substructure. The shockpad beneath the artificial turf carpet must be designed for this purpose. Alveosport NUT 3011-14 is a new product specially developed to meet these technical requirements. The chemical composition, in combination with the physical design of the shockpad, results in an excellent balance of shock absorption, vertical deformation, and ball bounce – directly after installation as well as throughout the lifetime of the turf system.

Pioneering installations

Alveosport NUT 3011-14 was used in a new non-infill football turf built this year for DSV Concordia in Delft, the Netherlands. In this system, FieldTurf Ultra 360 non-infill carpet is installed over the shockpad. Rob Heusinkveld, Product Manager at FieldTurf Tarkett Benelux, explains the design: “This system is a real further development in the field of non-infill synthetic turf systems. Because there is no performance infill, most of the performance properties have to be provided by the shockpad. Alveosport is our go-to shockpad for synthetic systems because of its proven technical performance – so Alveosport NUT 3011-14, developed especially for use in non-infill systems, was an obvious choice for this turf.” In addition to this example, four non-infill synthetic turf fields based on Alveosport NUT 3011-14 were successfully installed in Norway last year.

Technical development

These pioneering installations as well as recent studies indicate that by optimizing test methods and standards, non-infill systems will be able to fully meet players’ expectations and the technical requirements of FIFA and other organisations. When this happens, non-infill systems are expected to become a high-performance alternative to football turf systems using performance infill. Sliding performance and shoe grip remain key points of attention as non-infill systems develop. As more clubs opt for non-infill systems, acceptance will grow and the system and components will be further developed. Sekisui Alveo’s leadership role in this trend towards healthier artificial turf systems is fully in line with the company’s mission of Innovation in Foam.

Alveosport: an all-round winner

In terms of installation, technical performance, and environmental impact, Alveosport is an all-round winner. Installing the shockpad is quick and easy. It can be done in one day under any weather conditions and requires neither special machinery nor skilled personnel. The cushioning significantly reduces the risk of injuries. In terms of environmental performance, Alveosport releases no harmful chemicals or gases known to pollute soil, water, or air.
Artificial turf systems without infill are even quicker to install, easier to maintain, and ultimately easier to recycle at the end of their service life.

Sound long-term investment

In many cases, the Alveosport shockpad can be reused when a field is being renovated. When the artificial turf wears out after a number of years, the owner only needs to invest in a new carpet. This saves significant costs. It also saves time, energy, and material – and minimizes the interruption so the players can return to a comfortable, healthy, high-performance field within a very short time.