In recent years, there have been incidents of unqualified campus plastic runways in many places. In response to this situation, the mandatory national standard “Sports and Surfaces for Synthetic Materials for Primary and Secondary Schools”, which was organized by the Ministry of Education, was implemented from November 1 this year. To this end, the Ministry of Education issued a notice requesting that the primary sports ground for synthetic materials in the primary and secondary schools to be used after November 1 this year must implement the new national standard.
The mandatory national standard “Sports and Surfaces for Synthetic Materials in Primary and Secondary Schools” was organized by the Ministry of Education. 26 research institutes and testing institutions participated in the drafting. After more than two years of revision, more than 100 expert meeting arguments were organized during the period. The nationwide field visits, sampling inspections, collected countless verification experiments of hundreds of enterprises in the market. The new national standard draws on relevant domestic and international standards, and specifically addresses the safety in the construction of synthetic sports surface sports venues. , environmental protection, sports protection and other outstanding issues, and comprehensive consideration of the main risk points in the whole life cycle of synthetic sports surface sports venues in primary and secondary schools, put forward various requirements in line with green development, technological progress, industry norms and student health protection requirements Technical indicators.
According to the old national standard of 2005, the reporter found that the new national standard has not only changed from 'national recommendation standard' to 'national mandatory standard', but also added a lot of content, including thickness requirements, physical properties, aging resistance, inorganic filler content requirements, anti-skid rubber. The content of high polymer content, the limit of harmful substances in the finished layer, the limit of harmful substances in non-solid and solid raw materials, etc. It is particularly worth mentioning that the new national standard limits the harmful substances that may be generated in the construction of plastic track in the campus. The original 7 items were increased to 18 items, and the quotas for volatile organic compounds in the runway after completion were specified according to the home improvement standard. For example, the “limits and odor requirements for hazardous substances in finished products of cast-in-place and prefabricated surface layers” are clearly defined. The amount of harmful substances released shall be no more than 5 mg/m3 of total volatile organic compounds, no more than 0.4 mg/m3 of formaldehyde, no more than 7 mg/m3 of carbon disulfide, and no more than 0.1 mg/m3 of benzene. The odor level shall not be higher than level 3. The new national standard also specifies the sampling requirements, inspection rules, and judgment rules for the plastic runway of the primary and secondary schools. Campus artificial turf for the first time into the national standard mandatory testing range.
The Ministry of Education requires the implementation of the relevant government departments, the main responsibility of the school as a purchaser, supervisor, and user, focusing on curbing sub-contracting and low-price bidding. All localities should directly face the construction enterprise in bidding and procurement, avoiding too many middlemen. Interventions. Due to malpractices, negligence, eating cards, asking for bribes, etc., causing venue facilities that do not meet quality standards and endangering the health of teachers and students, they must be accountable and accounted for seriously. The implementation of the new national standard will carry out special work deployment, and the implementation of the new national standard will be submitted to the Department of Sports Health and Art Education of the Ministry of Education during the year.