Ecopave® 50 Concrete Paver – Colour: Charcoal
Whilst these swatches provide a good indication of the products colour, you should always sight product samples before use. Due to natural variations in aggregates, colours may vary.
L: 226mm x D: 111mm x H: 50mm
Slip Resistance Rating: P5 – Very low slip risk
- Permeable pavements
- Low speed roads
About Ecopave® 50 Concrete Paver
Ecopave® permeable pavers are a small format Type C segmental concrete paver designed for use in residential, multi-residential and commercial paving applications where sustainable water management must be considered. Permeable pavers are designed to allow water to infiltrate through the paver to the subsurface where the water can be harvested or redirected back to the water table.
Ecopave® pavers are made from a high quality concrete mix and feature a unique honeycomb cell design that allows water to flow through the paver and into the subsurface. The Ecopave® paver is also highly slip resistant, making it ideal for use in areas where rain and snow melt can create slick conditions.
Ecopave® is a brand of eco-friendly pavers that are made from recycled plastic and rubber. The company offers two thickness options – 50mm for residential applications, and 80mm for commercial and industrial applications. Both versions can be machine laid, making installation quick and easy.
Ecopave pavers are an excellent choice for a variety of applications, including car parks and driveways, streetscapes, footpaths, road infrastructure, and more. They are durable and slip-resistant, and they help to reduce noise pollution. Ecopave pavers are also easy to clean and maintain, making them a low-maintenance option for any project.
This product is made to order thus minimum quantities and lead times apply.
- Type C interlocking paver
- Use to create a permeable pavement
- Select from smooth, honed or shotblast textures
- Modern shape
- Permeable Pavements
- Low speed roads
- Car parks and driveways
- Heavy Industrial traffic (80mm)
- Government/Council projects
- Road infrastructure