Ecogrid ground reinforcement grid — a neat solution to meet the highest standards Ecogrid is a plastic, porous, ground-reinforcing grid. The Ecogrid drainage system means the riding arena is even fully usable during long periods of rainfall. The robust tread layer with good grip protects the tendons and joints of your horses. The tread layer [...]
A lot of farm equestrian and cattle gateways get really muddy during the wet weather, if you lay Ecogrid permeable ground stabilisation grids down, you can easily stop this and keep these areas green and pleasant, ensuring an aesthetic and healthy environment for your animals. If you don’t maintain these areas, you may risk losing [...]
A little image gallery for the Scope festival The show during the set up with Equestrian surfaces and Duralock fencing.....looking good! On hand for help and advice! Looking great and so many positive comments from the competitors!
Get a complete resin bound stone kit from Ecogrid Limited today! Typical 100 square metre job 100 square metres of geotextile filtration membrane 100 square metres of Ecogrid E40 500t /sqm loading grids with patented locking mechanism 20 linear metres of Ecogrid clip and fix edge system Enough UV stable resin for 100 square metre [...]
Around 30 years ago, a new driveway surfacing system was brought to the unsuspecting public. Resin bonded stone. Designed to be applied over existing concrete or Tarmac driveways, the resin bonded stone was advertised as the next new wonder! The problem was that moisture became trapped in-between the bonded layer and its surface, when temperatures [...]
Ecogrid Bloxx is a new product from the Ecogrid portfolio Made from recycled plastic which is a 'well worn' phrase but in this instance, it really is. At our factory in Arzberg-Germany, waste bags and bottles arrive at one end and at the other, out comes a product from our range of over 18 different [...]
Manége or ménage? Well, it is not an uncommon way to pronounce it, however the second is a ‘meeting’ of usually three people for a ‘private’ reason! And the first is a French word for a riding school. Typically 20 metres by 40 metres and laid to a rectangle, a manége has historically been laid [...]