As we know Artificial grass is more environmental than natural grass, It has a measurable, positive impact on the environment. Either in sports field or residential applications. Every year billion tons of water is required for natural grass field, Let's have a calculation between artificial grass and natural grass
In north America, everybody has natural lawn around house average 1800 square foot, Water Authority estimates that every square foot of natural grass replaced saves five tons of water per year. If an average lawn is 1,800 square feet, then Las Vegas homeowners with Artificial turf could save 99,000 tons of water each year or about $400 annually. In Atlanta, homeowners could save $715 a year, not including much higher sewer charges. The good thing is now government is going to consider take more efforts to push replacement to save more water. Tax credits and rebates are being offered to residential and corporate users by an increasing number of local governments in light of the tremendous impact on water conservation.
Even more, a typical grass sports field requires between 500,000 to a million tons of water or more each year. During 2010, between four to eight billion tons of water were conserved through its use. According to government data report the average American family of four uses 40 tons of water a day. so you can imagine billion tons of water is saved if people replace artificial sports field.
It's significant health and environmental implications that estimated amount of Artificial turf currently installed has eliminated the need for millions of pounds of harmful pesticides and fertilizers, We know polluted storm water runoff is the number one cause of water pollution, with common examples including over fertilizing lawns and excessive pesticide use.
In addition, Artificial grass helps reduce noxious emissions, If you use natural grass, a push mower emits as much pollution in one hour as 11 cars and a riding mower emits as much as 34 cars. Also the grass clippings is the third largest component of municipal solid waste in landfills.