Parking lot sprouts with vegetation

August 02, 2008 |

Drivable Grass consists of concrete “muffins” (right) that are connected by a grid system. The tile-like, 2x2-inch squares expand and conform to uneven ground surfaces without memory or coming apart. Even when saturated, Drivable Grass maintains the characteristics of a grassy surface while minimizing wheel rutting and water runoff. Because of its lattice-style structure, plant vegetation, such as grass, can be planted through it, while providing a solid surface comparable to common paving materials, such as asphalt and concrete.

Soil Retention Input No. 282 at BDCnetwork.com/quickResponse

 

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