- Tartan a model of Corporate Responsibility in study conducted by Sustainability Leadership Program at UC Irvine.
Peace of Mind from Start to Finish
Tartan® Track at Chula Vista, USOC Training Camp
- “Killer surface, I know in a matter of time, this track will produce tons of records.” Amy Acuff, three-time Olympian
One man's kindness will be felt for years to come
On one end of the track there was Amy Acuff, a three-time Olympian, leaping toward an American indoor high jump record of 6 feet, 7 1/2 inches with a sprinkling of maybe 2,000 fans watching. She didn't make it in three attempts, after which she praised the meet's new $9.2 million Tartan polyurethane floor: "Killer surface," she said. "I know, in a matter of time, this track will produce tons of records."
Behind the Curtains
Rethinking design and making it truly green means coming to terms with the full life cycle of a product--it does die, in a sense, but where will its parts go?
Tartan is certified "Environmentally Sound"
Tartan® track wins Silver for MBDC Cradle to CradleTM environmentally-intelligent design
New Developements in Urethanes...
New developements in Urethanes for track surfaces yield record run times and reduce the risk of training injuries while removing mercury toxicity
The Wikipedia article on Tartan® Tracks
Older items of interest