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Rainfall in the U.S.:

According to the U.S. E.P.A. Ninety percent of rain events in the U.S. never exceed ½ inch of rain per hour. A permeable pavement would capture this...

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Stormwater Runoff:

According to the U.S. EPA, 40 percent of the U.S. rivers, lakes and estuaries are pollution-impaired and almost half of this problem is due to stormwater runoff. A permeable pavement would help to solve this...

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Stormwater Pollution:

The three largest sources of stormwater pollution are: agriculture, urban runoff and sediment from construction sites. A permeable paving surface would fix urban runoff...

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Soil and Silt:

When stormwater runoff contains soil and silt, the temperature increases and changes occur in the aquatic habitat and food supply. A permeable paving surface would lower the temperature...

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Untreated Stormwater:

Untreated stormwater runoff may contain decaying leaves and other organic materials that increase bacteria and mosquito production and decrease oxygen essential for fish life. A permeable paving surface may solve this...

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Where Storm Drains Lead:

The U.S. EPA estimates that approximately 70 percent of all storm drains lead directly to rivers, lakes and estuaries. This contaminated stormwater is never treated. A permeable paving surface would treat this stormwater runoff.

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Stormwater Pollution:

Stormwater pollution is the largest cause of pollution in the U.S. A permeable paving surface would solve this...

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Paved Parking vs Meadow:

According to one site study conducted by the U.S. EPA, the total volume of stormwater runoff from a 1-inch of rain event was 16 times GREATER for a 1 acre paved parking lot than that generated from a 1-acre meadow.


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PaveDrain Projects


FEBRUARY 2017

Featured Project: Mahtomedi Elementary School and District Office

Mahtomedi Elementary School and District OfficeIn August 2016 the Mahtomedi School District began a pavement reconstruction process of their existing parking lots and driveways at O.H. Anderson Elementary School and District Office.

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DECEMBER 2014

Ft. Campbell, KY Battalion HQ

Ft. Campbell, KY Battalion HQIn the spring of 2012, U.S. Army Corp of Engineers attended a presentation on the PaveDrain® system and how it solved stormwater and parking problems for Ford Motor Company in Louisville, Kentucky.

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SPRING 2013

Goshen, IN - Jefferson St. Reconstruction

Goshen, IN Project:  PaveDrain Install Rainy DayIn the spring of 2013, engineers, stormwater and street maintenance officials from the City of Goshen met with sales personnel from D2 Land and Water Resources and PaveDrain, LLC. Jefferson Street was plagued by an undersized sewer in the area.

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SUMMER 2012

Stormwater & Driveway Upgrades Service Road and Turn-Around, St. John's College High School, Washington D.C.

Completed driveway area graded and compacted to a level surface before placement of PaveDrain.Stormwater management regulations meant that St. John's College High School needed to find a low impact development solution when it started construction of its new cafeteria and library.

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