AquaPave® Permeable On-Site Stormwater Source
Control System

 
The AquaPave® Permeable On-Site Stormwater Source Control System is an important first effort to reduce excess stormwater runoff quantities and improve water quality. The AquaPave® system allows commonly recurring rainstorms to infiltrate through a permeable concrete paving stone surface into a clear crushed open-graded aggregate base before being released into storm sewers or watercourses.

Known as permeable interlocking concrete pavement, the system acts as an infiltration facility for the storage, treatment, and improvement of released water.
If the soil subgrade and underlying geology are suitable, some or all of the water can infiltrate directly into the subgrade, thereby substantially reducing outflow rates.

Alternately, the surface water can be temporarily stored in the sub-base before being slowly released into the receiving water system. The AquaPave® system helps to clean and improve the quality of runoff water by filtration through the base and microbial action. In many instances, the outflow can be re-used for irrigation of domestic and commercial landscapes.
 
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Typical Residential Driveway/Sidewalk Construction

Lower Construction & Lifecycle Costs
Eliminates Surface Runoff
Recharging the Groundwater Table
Filtering and Treatment of Pollutants
Pedestrian and Disability Friendly
LEED® Green Building Rating System
Roof Water Management
Slip and Skid Resistance
Geothermal Systems

Important:

Because AquaPave® is an onsite stormwater source control system, only AquaPave® Approved Installers may install the AquaPave® System. See our complete list of Approved AquaPave® Paving System Installers.
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