Grasscrete – Cast in place green paving

Thanh An Co., Ltd.

Product features

A structurally reinforced paving system that can accept vehicular loads up to normal legal traffic limits as well as water flow of over 8 metres per second.

- Greenspace - able to absorb up to 15kg. of CO2 per hectare per annum. - A pervious paving layer that can directly percolate at up to 90% the rate of the ground that it replaces. This enables water tables to be naturally replenished, reducing reliance on piped drainage, with a correspondingly reduced downstream demand on main sewers. - Performs as a component element in Sustainable Urban Drainage (SUDS) installations, enabling storm water attenuation and harvesting. - The system can incorporate an irrigation system within its structure and this can utilise harvested water and be powered by solar energy on a self-priming basis. - Promotes evapo-transpiration by increasing levels of urban green space a component element in reducing the Urban Green Island Effect. This helps to enable developments to continue by proving sustainability under environmental impact assessment. - Grasscrete digests CO2 at the ground level exhaust emission point. - Enables the use of re-cycled aggregates and soils - Storm channels and Floor defence - Grasscrete has been independently tested under heavy water flow, it survived the 8 metres per second maximum flow velocity that this test could achieve (note test carried out in UK by CIRIA in 1986). - Grasscrete formers maintain an environmental focus in the use of recycled material in its manufacuring process.
Contact Details

Thanh An Co., Ltd.

35, D5 Street, Ward 25, Binh Thanh District

City: Hồ Chí Minh

Phone Number: +84972404741



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