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posted December 10, 2014
posted on December 09, 2009
New Toronto rink has eco-friendly and cost-effective benefits
By: Nicole Mcisaac
Published: 04 December 2009
Source: The Daily Planet
Harbourfront centre in downtown Toronto is installing a synthetic ice rink that will not only last 20 years, but will allow for summer skating. Robert Hodichak, Artifical Grass and Landscaping (AGL) sales rep said there is a 98 per cent resemblance to real ice.
AGL is the company that is installing the polyolefin rink today. The compressed plastic comes in one by two metre panels that have a tongue-and-groove construction and a notched hole that will keep the panels in place and prevent expansion or shifting.