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18 Dec Grasscrete

What is Grasscrete Paving? Occasionally confused with pre-cast blocks, Grasscrete is in fact a cast on-site cellular reinforced concrete system with voids created by fiber pulp or plastic void formers.   What are its benefits? Reduce in runoff volume Reduce in peak discharge rate Recharge...
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18 Dec Pervious Poured Concrete

What is Pervious Concrete? Pervious poured is a special type of concrete with a high porosity used for concrete flatwork applications that allows water from precipitation and other sources to pass directly through. It is also called porous concrete, permeable concrete, no-fines concrete, gap-graded concrete...
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16 Dec Permeable Paver

What are Permeable Pavers? Permeable interlocking concrete pavements are concrete or stone units with open spaces. Between the units, storm water is able to drain through a stone base layer for on-site infiltration and filtering.   What are its benefits? Manage runoff Control pollutants Provide...
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16 Dec Xeripave

Managing Storm Water on Walkways Just like parking lots and roof tops, sidewalks, patios, pool decks, courtyards, and tree surrounds are areas that can contribute to flooding and storm water management issues. The floors in the Welcome Stations are Xeripave Pervious Pavers. They are yet...
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