In years past when playgrounds were built over asphalt and gravel, all that was required to maintain them was a resilient pooper-scooper and a hose. But with today’s technologically driven playground surfaces, specific maintenance practices are needed to keep the numerous available surfaces clean and safe. Playground surfaces are now available in various types of materials, but ultimately they all fall into two categories–unitary or loose-fill. Loose-fill materials are small, independently moving objects, such as sand, wood chips, engineered wood …


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