Netting News Week 13 - Pigeon Rescue!

Netting News Week 13 - Pigeon Rescue!

Article By: Alex

  • Safety
  • Manufacturing
  • Technology

Earlier this month firefighters from the town of Ipswich in the United Kingdom got a phone call in the mid-afternoon of a typically normal day from a bank. When they arrived, no fire was found however a small pigeon was trapped in netting high above the bank entrance.

Netting News Week 12 - Housekeeping!

Netting News Week 12 - Housekeeping!

Article By: Alex

  • Safety
  • Manufacturing
  • Technology

Recently announced that our nearby Major League Baseball team is extending and replacing its safety netting. The Pittsburgh Pirates and PNC Park will have a new addition soon. Spectator safety is a high priority to the Pittsburgh Pirates and with the new netting comes the ability to see more and experience the game with peace of mind.

Netting News Week 11 - Looking to the Future

Netting News Week 11 - Looking to the Future

Article By: Alex

  • Future
  • Manufacturing
  • Agriculture

In many towns and cities, farmers along the southern coast of Italy have been growing hemp to save the soil for future generations. Taranto is a small coastal port city known for its oil, steel, and heavy pollution. This pollution hurts the local farmers. Industrial hemp will help to remove contaminants from the soil thanks to some recent discoveries.

Spring into Spring with These Netting Necessities

Spring into Spring with These Netting Necessities

Article By: Tracy

  • spring
  • netting
  • birds

Although the current temperatures may not feel like it, spring is just around the corner! It’s not too early to start planning your warmer-weather activities—and many of these endeavors will involve netting.

Netting News Week 10 - What's New Here?

Netting News Week 10 - What's New Here?

Article By: Alex

  • environment
  • updates
  • safety

The African elephant is one of the largest land creatures in our current time. Weighing up to 7 tons, and eating up to 300 pounds of food in a single day! While the Elephants may be peaceful creatures that eat plant matter from trees, bushes, and small shrubs.