The numbers

Sports fields

Sports fields - Civil Turf

About 2.5 metric tons. of CO2 per hectare per year are captured and fixed by golf turf grasses, sports facilities and turf grass surfaces in general. Civil Turf manages the maintenance of some 250 hectares from turf grass areas, thus contributing to the fixing of some 625 tons of CO2, the equivalent of what 180 cars produce annually.

5 m2 square of turf grass provide enough oxygen for one person for a day,

The meadows, trees and shrubs increase the value of a property by 6 to 12%.

Energy efficiency

Energy efficiency - Civil Turf

Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use efficiency of energy and energy services sets a minimum target indicative energy savings target of 9% in 2016 and provides, in article 14, the obligation for Member States to introduce the European Commission a national Action Plan II (National Energy Efficiency Action Plan, NEEAP) where proceedings are set and mechanisms to achieve the goals set.

Moreover, the European Council from 17 June 2010 set a target for 2020 to save 20% of its primary energy consumption.

Civil Turf commits itself to keep up energy commitments in Europe for golf courses, sports installations in general (football, rugby, polo, horse racing, etc.), public and private parks and gardens and farms.


Agronomy - Civil Turf

According to FAO, investment in agriculture is key to promoting economic growth, reducing poverty and hunger and promoting environmental sustainability. In the coming decades it will be necessary to increase global food production by 70%.

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