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A recent study evaluated the success of three types of permeable pavements



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A recent study evaluated the success of three types of permeable pavements: permeable asphalts (PA), permeable concretes (PC), and permeable interlocking concrete pavers (PICP)) on flood mitigation. One of the measures that was assessed was the effect that "clogging," had in overall performance. The tests showed that clogging reduced the pavements' effectiveness in preventing surface runoff by 62-92%. PICP was found to be the least prone to becoming clogged. http://www.mdpi.com/2073-4441/10/2/172



As seen in LC/DBM magazine, March 2018.






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