How Do Permeable Pavers Work?

Permeable pavers or permeable interlocking concrete pavement (PICP) reduce pressure on already overused sewage systems and reduce pollution in the environment by providing a better way to handle rainwater and snow runoff. Instead of allowing water to merely run off the surface into local drains, often carrying pollutants with it, permeable pavers allow this water […]

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5 Types of Pavers to Upgrade Your Patio

Pavers affect the aesthetics of an outdoor space, yet you may not think twice about them outside of when you have to install, maintain or clean them. We walk all over them every day and probably don’t take the time to consider how they enhance the beauty and function of an outdoor space. Whether you’re […]

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Permeable Pavers: Stormwater Runoffs and the Rain Tax

In Maryland, New York, Washington, D.C. and other locations across the country, the issue of stormwater management has taken center stage because of the serious environmental hazard presented by stormwater runoffs. These runoffs, caused by urban sprawl and the proliferation of impervious surfaces, carry a variety of contaminants. The pollutants not only damage the environment, […]

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