Health advocates worry about lead exposure from synthetic turf

Jan. 20, 2009
Tests find varying levels of lead in artificial-turf fields
Some health specialists are concerned that lead may be finding its way into schools in the form of artificial turf fields. Industry officials maintain the fields are safe, but tests of artificial grass at several city and suburban high schools in theBoston area found varying amounts of lead in the artificial surfaces. To read The Boston Globe article, click here.

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