Use & Purposes
Global Synthetics provides a complete range of geo-composite drainage products and systems for complete point source water management. Global Synthetics drainage products and systems manages stormwater as a resource and enhances the social and environmental amenity of the urban landscape. Global Synthetics drainage products are lightweight and efficient to install. The products are a replacement for traditional aggregate drainage treatments.
ProDrain® 30mm Drainage Cell is a lightweight three dimensional geo-composite used for subsurface water management. The Prodrain® Drainage Cell polypropylene core is moulded into a unique profile and then wrapped in a filtration geotextile which then provides a complete void space for the water to travel horizontally without any obstruction. Its lightweight, high compressive strength makes the product ideal for roof gardens & podium landscaping, retaining walls, sports fields & golf courses, under drains for slabs and foundations and subsurface drainage for permeable driveways and car parks.
The Modular Tank for All Stormwater Applications: ProTank®
When it comes to stormwater, sustainable environmental management stems from keeping water at its source. Having a containment system installed where stormwater naturally collects makes good...Read More
JUTELOK™ solves erosion issues at Ardmore Park
The Ardmore Park development in Ellenbrook, northeast of Perth, included a steep, sandy site at the rear of the residential blocks. The soil was very poor quality at the beginning of the project, and...Read More
Propex Roadshow Follow Up June 2019
In conjunction with our valued partners Propex, we recently conducted a series of technical presentations on Turf Reinforcement Mats (TRMs) and Engineering Earth Armouring Solution for slope...Read More
Bi-planar vs Tri-planar geonets: Benefits in landfill leachate applications
Government data suggests that there are around 500 officially registered landfill sites in Australia. Although this number is declining, the average size of each site is increasing. Approximately 75%...Read More