<p>UrbanGreen<sup>&reg;</sup> Grass Paver</p>

UrbanGreen® Grass Paver

The UrbanGreen Grass Paver plastic grid system creates a fully functional and cost-effective alternative to conventional paving.  Grass pavers are a well-known and accepted low impact development (LID) technique to reduce impervious surfaces and promote infiltration.

 

 

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An Innovative Grass Paver System

The UrbanGreen Grass porous paver system is a step above other plastic systems available on the market today. Years of dedication to design and testing have produced a lightweight plastic paver with unmatched strength and durability. The unique design of this permeable paving system creates a fully functional and cost-effective alternative to conventional paving.

A Low Impact Development Technique

Porous pavers are a well-known and accepted low impact development (LID) technique to reduce impervious surfaces and promote infiltration, by utilizing porous pavers on fire lanes, access roads, or other surfaces that see limited use. Some of the benefits of porous pavers include:

  • Reduction in runoff volume
  • Reduction in peak discharge rate
  • Groundwater recharge
  • Improved water quality
  • Reduction in heat island effect

Benefits of the UrbanGreen Grass Pavers

  • Easy installation – conforms to irregular surfaces
  • 100% post manufactured recycled content
  • Incredible load bearing strength – over 6,700 psi capacity when filled
  • Protection of plant root zone system
  • Versatile design – surface infiltration and greenroof applications
  • Lightweight construction – cost effective to ship and install
  • Unique connection system – allows for expansion and contraction
  • Made in the USA

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Grass Pavers for Fire Lanes, Access Roads, and Overflow Parking

Use the UrbanGreen Grass Pavers to provide H-20 access roads without adding impervious surface to your development. They can be utilized on fire lanes, access roads and maintenance roads that see limited use. Meet H-20 loading with lower cost per square foot.