USDA Certified BioPreferred Artificial Turf
When choosing artificial grass there are a lot of different things you'll want to take into consideration from look and feel to pricing – but something you might not have considered before is the option of a USDA Certified product. SYNLawn's exclusive new BioPreferred artificial grass is a first of its kind turf that blends field, olive and apple green blades of grass with a turf tan thatch so realistic both look and feel could fool you.
Choosing artificial turf doesn't mean you can't get a natural and plant-based product. SYNLawn is ideal for any residential lawn or commercial landscape where you're looking to reduce maintenance costs and water consumption with an environmentally friendly artificial turf. With a 47 percent Certified BioBased content, made with 100 percent renewable sugarcane and replacing up to 60 percent of petroleum with soybean oil SYNLawn is the obvious choice for promoting a sustainable environment.
Plant-Based Artificial Grass
Produced using 100% renewable sugar cane and engineered using BioCel technology from SYNLawn's EnviroLoc backing system that replaces up to 60% of petroleum with soybeans this is the only primarily plant-based artificial grass.
USDA Certified BioPreferred
SYNLawn hass the only USDA Certified BioPreferred artificial turf on the market – paving the way for the future of synthetic turf and promoting a sustainable environment. SYNLawn is made from 100% renewable resources and is 47% Certified BioBased content.
Thanks to SYNLawn's exclusive plant-based EnviroLoc backing system, which replaces up to 60% of petroleum-based polyol with renewable soybeans it is a responsible contribution and promotion of environmental sustainability.
The soft polyethylene grass blades and dense thatch provides both resiliency and support so it can withstand regular use and constant foot traffic.
SYNLawn can be used anywhere synthetic grass can be used both residentially and commercially. It is perfect for lawns and landscapes, pool decks, overly water-saturated areas, shady areas or anywhere else natural grass has a hard time growing naturally.