Reduce your runoff quantity AND improve your water quality!
Join Glenn Herold and Chuck Taylor for a FREE live and on-demand webinar exploring how to reduce urban stormwater runoff and improve water quality through the effective design and maintenance of permeable interlocking concrete pavement (PICP) systems.
This webinar will outline the key components, specifications, and best management practices in PICP system design, construction, and maintenance, as well as the main differences between the primary five types of pervious pavement surfaces. We'll also explore how to modify your system design to accommodate changes based on site soil conditions.
Additionally, we’ll discuss the adverse environmental effects of urban runoff and how to counter these with a PICP system. In terms of reducing runoff quantity, we'll demonstrate how to develop a site specific Curve Number based on the system design for the application of traditional modeling methods. In terms of improving water quality, we'll outline the use of different treatment mechanisms that are both intrinsic to, and supplementary of, permeable pavement.
Finally, Herold and Taylor will outline best practices for preventative and remedial maintenance (including costs) to ensure the successful long-term performance of your PICP system.
• Learn about the five primary types of pervious pavement surfaces
and the associated pros and cons
• Learn how pervious pavement system design can be modified to
accommodate any native soil type and climatic condition
• Learn how to develop a site specific Curve Number based on the
system design to enable use of traditional modeling methods
• Learn about recommended preventative and remedial maintenance
requirements to ensure long term performance
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