Storm Water Management of Pervious Concrete

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Imperviousness refers to the inability of a surface to allow water to percolate through. A sponge is pervious, a countertop is impervious, cardboard is somewhere in between. Sandy soils are pervious; asphalt is not. On an impervious surface, water is f …


Applies to: Parking Lots, Streets & Roads
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