When it comes to kids we always want what’s best for them and the play area at Corimbia is a great example of that. It provides kids with a great outdoor play environment to enjoy and a stimulating play area design that encourages kids to be active.
(PRWEB) March 21, 2012
Perth’s synthetic grass specialists, Green Planet Grass, are pleased to announce their involvement with one of Perth’s newest residential developments - bringing sustainable solutions for people living at Corimbia Estate in Landsdale.
Having proclaimed the sustainable benefits of synthetic grass for several years, Green Planet Grass is delighted to have produced a vibrant new child’s play area at Corimbia. They have efficiently eliminated the need for irrigation, and greatly contributed to the protection of our precious water resources.
With many new housing developments around Western Australia’s state capital, Green Planet Grass is proud to have worked with the developers of Stockland, for delivering low maintenance playing surfaces that will provide countless hours of fun for children living in the area.
The Green Planet Grass treatment includes traditional-looking synthetic turf, as well as a blue Multiplay surface to compliment undulating play zones made up of red and yellow ‘soft fall’ mats, all of which require minimal maintenance, saving project and maintenance costs whilst preserving the environment in the process.
Stockland has been named as a Top 100 Sustainability Company globally. They are also a proud member of the Dow Jones Sustainability Index. Green Planet Grass is pleased to work with the company who has given its commitment in helping residents build sustainable homes that will save the homeowners’ money on bills and provide a healthy environment.
The Managing Director of Green Planet Grass, Jeff Dennis, said: “When it comes to kids we always want what’s best for them and the play area at Corimbia is a great example of that. It provides kids with a great outdoor play environment to enjoy and a stimulating play area design that encourages kids to be active. But synthetic grass also ensures that water resources can be used more sustainably around the development."
“As well as eliminating the need for watering, synthetic grass requires much less maintenance than natural grass so there is no need for mowing or management with fertilisers and pesticides which can leach into our waterways.”
The recent installation at Corimbia in Perth’s northern suburbs also utilises Schmitz sports impact mats underneath the synthetic grass. Green Planet Grass has installed many Multiplay synthetic grass surfaces for schools and childcare centres, but the recent development project in Corimbia is their first public open space to use impact mats.
“These shock absorbing mats reduce the likelihood of children getting hurt or injured when they are at play,” Mr Dennis said. “And the design of the mats means they also allow drainage, so even in contoured, dynamic environments, kids are able to enjoy their play time as much as ever, with less chances of finishing their play time with a hard bump, or a few grazes.”
The Schmitz impact mats used by Green Planet Grass have been in use across the world for more than ten years now. It works for a variety of purposes, and like the synthetic grass itself, the mats are manufactured to the highest quality standards. These products are built to last, and are not adversely affected by harsh weather conditions or other environmental factors.
“People moving to Corimbia will soon notice the impressive qualities of Green Planet Grass in their community. We are happy to help residents develop sustainability around their homes as synthetic grass continue to provide an efficient way for homeowners to save on time, water and money in the long run,” Mr Dennis added.
Green Planet Grass, Western Australia's lead distributor of top-quality synthetic grass products, has a wide range of sports, commercial, and residential synthetic turf systems. You can visit their website at http://www.greenplanetgrass.com.au, or call them at (08) 9240 8448.