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Starfire Sports Partners with Temp-Line in a Pilot Recycling Program
Starfire Sports is dedicated to providing “world-class, inclusive sports facilities and programs (that will) inspire, encourage and empower youth through participation in sports.” Located on 54 acres in Tukwila, Washington, about 16 miles south of downtown Seattle, with 13 synthetic and natural grass fields, Starfire also serves as training base for the Seattle Sounders FC professional soccer team. [continued]

Seattle Seahawks and Qwest Field Named WA State Recyclers of the Year
In May of 2009, the Seattle Seahawks and Qwest Field & Event Center received the Washington State Recycler of the Year Event Recycling Award.  [continued]

NFL’s Greenest Team
In 2003, Jeffrey and Christina Weiss Lurie, owners of the Philadelphia Eagles, initiated a GO GREEN program that has made them the most environmentally active team in the NFL—if not in all of major league sports. Their efforts to reduce the organization’s impact on the environment should be applauded.

Eco Wins Excellence Award!

Eco Chemical’s TempLine Wins Association of Washington Business Environmental Excellence Award

SEATTLE – June 12, 2012 – The Association of Washington Business (AWB) today announced that Eco Chemical, a leading manufacturer of water-based wood stains and coatings for synthetic and natural grass athletic fields, is the recipient of the AWB Environmental Excellence Award, winning in the Green Enterprise & Technology Award category.

AWB’s Environmental Excellence Awards recognize member companies of all sizes and types across the state for their initiative, innovation and outstanding achievements in environmental compliance, protection and conservation. The awards focus on: actions that create a better environment; products that help environmental quality; actions to prevent or reduce environmental problems and conserve resources; and processes, including education and business operations, that improve the environment. AWB recognized Eco TempLine, the company’s water-based removable paint for synthetic turf fields, as a symbol of the company’s commitment to making environmentally-friendly paints and stains.  Read More




Eco Launches Revolutionary Grass Paint in a Box

After years of R&D, Eco is releasing Temp-Line Grass, an ultra-concentrated, natural grass turf-marking paint that lets you add the water, eliminates conventional packaging, and ships in a cardboard box. With all the performance characteristics of a high-quality turf marking paint, Temp-Line Grass offers unique advantages to organizations looking for reductions in shipping costs, storage requirements, and solid waste. Since Temp-Line Grass is manufactured with waterbased technology (like all Eco paints and coatings), it is nonflammable, non-toxic and VOC free. Visit the product page for more info and to request a sample.


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Seahawks and Temp-Line Made Changeover History
Qwest Field, home of the Seattle Seahawks National Football League team and Seattle Sounders FC Major League Soccer team, is situated just south of historic Pioneer Square in Seattle, WA. In addition to the Seahawks and the Sounders, Qwest Field also hosts many levels of soccer competition, including amateur, international, and collegiate soccer. The stadium also accommodates outdoor music concerts and a variety of corporate events. [continued]

Temp-Line Equipment Helps Launch New Service Business

PGE Park is a state-of-the-art, multi-purpose facility located in the heart of downtown Portland, OR. PGE Park is home to the Portland Beavers AAA baseball team, Portland Timbers professional soccer team, Portland State University Vikings football team, and Central Catholic High School football team. Additionally, PGE Park was host to several matches of the 1999 and 2003 Women’s World Cup. [continued]

Accelerating Turnovers in Sam Boyd Stadium
In 2009, the city of Las Vegas, Nevada was awarded a franchise in the new United Football League.  The Locomotives will play in Sam Boyd Stadium, home field for University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) football.  [continued]