If you are looking for a green asphalt solution or a way to better manage water runoff and storm water management, consider the benefits of porous or permeable pavement.
Within the asphalt industry, you may hear the terms porous or permeable pavement to describe pavement that allows water to run through the surface to the ground beneath. The industry often refers to permeable asphalt as porous asphalt, even though permeable is a more appropriate description. The term porous simply means that there are holes in the substance, but does not necessarily mean that these holes are connected. For example, pumice is a porous rock, yet it is not permeable because many of its holes do not connect.
Permeable pavement allows water to flow through it, rather than shedding water over the surface.
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