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Environment Times is raising money for the homeless this winter by creating a 'virtual ecohouse'. Marshalls is one of the donors. They write: Bioverse Permeable Paving System makes a great occasional car parking area or pathway, whilst retaining the environmental benefit of a decorative grassed area.

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By dealing with rainfall runoff in a sustainable way, Bioverse does not require any planning permission. Once established the Bioverse System will take carbon from the atmosphere, having positive impact of the environment and becoming carbon neutral over the life of the product.

Bioverse Grass seed is available from Rigby Taylor which will improve structural strength and load bearing on the product.

For driveways with a steep incline or specific installation and design requirements please contact Marshalls Technical Advisory Service on 0370 411 2233 for further assistance.

• Bioverse is perfect for an occasional car parking area or pathway
• Bioverse Permeable Paving System is practical as well as decorative
• Bioverse does not require any planning permission

Bioverse Paving System is one of our permeable paving products within our garden paths and path edging range. Marshalls manufacture a number of path products including Heritage Cobblestone setts, Drivesett Deco in addition to the Bioverse paving system.

Heritage Cobblestones are an easy and effecient way to create beautiful traditional pathways, Drivesett Deco is available in four colours and helps create a stylish traditional look, whilst Bioverse is a permeable product which has a positive impact on the environment in the longer term.

marshalls bench mainSTREET FURNITURE
Marshalls offers an extensive range of street furniture to suit any public space project. Whatever type of fixture you require, from seating to protective barriers, we have a wide range of structures to suit your requirements.

Our 16 brands offer products in an unrivalled choice of materials including concrete, precious stone, natural stone, cast iron, stainless steel, polyurethane, timber, plastic and recycled plastic.

Through our expertise and knowledge, support is offered from design to installation to inform your ideas for incorporating street furniture into your project.

Further customisation is possible; why not create something truly unique through our Woodhouse bespoke product solutions service? Our experienced team of Technical Sales Consultants and Design Engineers have delivered many prestigious projects and pieces in the past, and would be happy to assist in adding unique street furniture designs to clients' schemes. Please contact us for more details on this service.

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