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  • Environmentally Brilliant: A Reality Check Environmentally Brilliant: A Reality Check

    Environmentally Brilliant: A Reality Check

Environmentally Brilliant: A Reality Check

Environmentally Brilliant! [Reality Check] There exist a product that is environmentally friendly, has long lasting value, and economical: it’s called the Plastic Grid-Paver. There exists a product that is not environmentally friendly, has a deteriorating value, and economically deceitful: it’s called asphalt. If you don’t value your money, use asphalt. If you value your money and time, use the Plastic Grid-Paver. If you desire potholes, black ice, smell, poison, and high maintenance, use asphalt. If you desire a durable long lasting pavement with minimal maintenance, use the Plastic Grid-Paver. If you do not care about floods, climate control, erosion and the environment, use asphalt. If you care about preventing floods and erosion while serving environmental needs, use the Plastic Grid-Paver. Reality check: Asphalt has been around for many years and you are conditioned to use it. But you have to educate yourself about the Plastic Grid-Paver in order to get out of your box. Let’s face it: Change is up to you. But your environment won’t wait for you. Keep Life Exciting: Think Forward. By Robert V Gerard Senior Partner, Green Way Pavements® © 2015 www.GreenWayPavements.com  

  • Spring: the mind of change Spring: the mind of change

    Spring: the mind of change

Spring: the mind of change

Spring is approaching and so are construction projects. Will the mind think about quick fix resolution (using asphalt) or will it awaken to efficiently integrating with the environment (using permeable recycled grid-pavers)? Let’s hope that this year be proud to demonstrate a major shift in the way our Landscape Architects and Civil Designers see and spec-in the benefits of new environmental products. ” I’m not that rich to buy cheap things”: a Croatian tale.

  • Growing Market Share Growing Market Share

    Growing Market Share

Growing Market Share

The “Green Movement” is in, especially for environmental and efficiency demands. People are into practical cost reduction and desire less maintenance costs. The introduction to  recycled grid-pavers will undoubtedly begin to flourish. As more marketing and consumer networking becomes common, retails sales should merit positive growth over the next decade. As far as the consumer is concerned, the United States lags 20 years behind Europe and China who have made recycled pavers a multi-billion dollar a year business. Just recently, Americans are waking up to this greener and more natural methodology of pavement construction.

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