As we find ourselves getting more calls from companies interested in installing PRO-gran, we’ve also been getting more interest from the media.
We were recently visited on-site by the East Anglian Daily Times (EADT), one of the biggest newspapers in East Anglia.
The team came to see the work we do here at our Lakenheath headquarters and to find out more about our revolutionary new artificial pitch infill, PRO-gran.
With rubber crumb continuing to make the headlines around the world, the EADT wanted to take this public interest story to its readers and also to showcase the world-leading innovation that is happening in the local area.
PRO-gran has generated a lot of interest, as unlike many other types of artificial pitch infill it eliminates any concern about the health of the player, and is 100% safe. The infill has also been through a rigorous testing programme and exceeds the EU’s toughest standards that are applied to toxicology and toy safety.
Concluding their article the newspaper asked our Managing Director Mark Murfitt why businesses should consider PRO-gran, and he said: “If I’m a local authority, leisure operator or university planning to spend £3/4m on an artificial sports pitch, why would I put in infill that in a short time could potentially be banned? For a 3 to 4% uplift in the cost of the pitch as a whole, they can use something that is future-proof.”
You can read the full article here.
If you want to know more about PRO-gran, then get in touch with us today.