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Permeable Pavers

Permeable Pavers, also known as permeable interlocking concrete pavement (PICP), help direct rainfall away from storm sewer systems and back into the natural ecosystem. This achieved by aggregate filled joints that allow the water to pass through. Additionally, the open aggregate under the pavers filters and direct the stormwater to underground aquifers. This design is far superior to other permeable pavements, such as permeable asphalt or concrete, as the paver itself can be made very strong, and the joint material can be left quite open to prevent clogging. Our Permeable Pavers are available in a myriad of sizes, textures, and colors. Styles include Camino PermeareHolland PermearePark PermeareTurf Stone, and VS-5™ Drain Pave. To learn more about the paving stone manufacturing process, click here.

Download the current PICP TechBrief from the Federal Highway Administration here.