One of four Geograss light use pavers. Geograss is a grid made of HDPE for the creation of car parks or grass and draining areas subjected to the transit of vehicles. The structure consists in a series of rings connected together by a net that gives the product a great flexibility and a high mechanical resistance. Thanks to these characteristics, the grid can easily stand up to the transit of heavy vehicles. The recycled plastic grid provides an economical ground reinforcement and letting grass grow or keeping gravel in place whilst allowing water to flow through to the ground, helping to prevent flooding. Flooding can occur when the ground is hard and compacted due to regular traffic or if a garden is completely paved over. The paver is designed to meet the demands laid down by local government regarding flood alleviation and SuDS (Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems) compliance. The pavers link together to make a single reinforced surface. For best results there should be a layer of gravel for drainage, followed by a sand or soil bedding layer, and lastly the grid filled with the same sand or soil, then turf or grass seed.