PICP Fire Truck Demo
It’s a rainy day in Louisville, so the pavement surfaces are already saturated. The nearby asphalt pavement is pooling rain water on the surface, while the newly installed permeable interlocking concrete pavement shows no surface water pooling. To show how permeable pavers aid in water runoff, 1,800 gallons of water was sprayed on the surface by the Louisville Fire Department. The water infiltrated the surface almost immediately. Learn more about Permeable Interlocking Concrete Pavement at www.permeablepavement.org.