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Long-Term Stormwater Management with Permeable Interlocking Concrete Pavers

Paving the Way for Long-Term Stormwater ManagementDevelopment brings changes to the hydrologic cycle. With development comes paved surfaces, which may well be the most ubiquitous structures ever built. But not all pavement is created equal. 

After reading this guide, you'll be able to:

  • Discuss the negative effects of development on the hydrologic cycle, and the mitigating effect of low-impact development.
  • Describe the dynamics of permeable pavement as they relate to a structurally and hydrologically focused system
  • Articulate how PICPs contribute to LEED and meet general green building goals. 
  • Explain how underground stormwater storage is possible through PICP and can positively affect land planning