Porous asphalt is an effective, environmentally friendly storm water management system recognized by the EPA. Water filters through the porous asphalt into the drainage system. This system eliminates standing water and reduces runoff. Porous asphalt is sometime also known as a method of permeable paving, or paving in such a way that water can pass through to seep into the ground as it would naturally.
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Porous asphalt can last over 20 years with proper maintenance and is an excellent, cost-effective solution for stormwater management. Many parking lots, playgrounds, walkways, urban roads, and heavily trafficked highways rely on porous asphalt to divert water and ensure clear passage.
Although porous asphalt is a courses surface than traditional asphalt, it still meets the requirements for state and local ordinances in addition to the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements.
Porous asphalt is an inexpensive alternative to traditional stormwater management systems, since it eliminates the need for concrete curbs, catch basins, or retention ponds. Some local governments even charge developers additional fees for storm-water impact when water run-off from parking lots overwhelms the storm sewer system. Since porous asphalt reduces the strain on the local storm sewer system, it may eliminate those impact fees.
If you’re considering repaving your parking lot, road, or other asphalt surface, or are devising a plan to make the most of your development property, consider the advantages of porous asphalt. Let the paving professionals at APTNJ help you discover the cost and environmental benefits that porous asphalt can provide.