If synthetic turf is not something that’s a part of your daily life, then finding the right place to go for more information about it can be a challenge. Especially if you don’t know what you should be looking for. For all your turf questions and concerns, the Synthetic Turf Council (STC) is available to help.

STC is a non-profit association that is dedicated to being an educational platform to promote, develop and grow the synthetic turf industry around the globe.

With the internet expanding every single day with new websites, videos, and articles, it can be difficult to separate the facts from fiction on any topic imaginable. Getting the most up to date and accurate information about synthetic turf is no different.

STC is dedicated to providing quality and accurate information for anyone trying to learn about synthetic turf and the industry behind it. With top industry leaders serving as trusted and knowledgeable resources for news articles and latest independent research findings, STC is the most trusted source of information by synthetic turf industry professionals.

More athletic facilities are installing synthetic surfaces every year, and the safety and testing of these surfaces are of the utmost importance. To ensure athletes and their families are aware of every field assessment possible, STC provides the most recently updated information regarding safety testing, regulations, and research in the industry.

So whether it’s looking up definitions of terms commonly used in discussing synthetic turf or reading the latest research available to the industry, STC has all the latest and greatest information to date. But, most importantly, they also have most accurate. For more information about The Motz Group’s involvement and partnership with STC, click here.

Speaking of Motz and resources, with over four decades in the industry, we’ve seen a lot, learned a lot, and been asked many questions along the way. As a result, we wanted to create a helpful, centralize place for you to seek answers. Therefore, we developed a series designed to “field” many of the common frequently asked questions, as seen here.