It's here, it's here!
After much anticipation, the thirty one members of the Permeable Pavement Task Committee have finally released the Permeable Pavements book. This 262-page document provides a summary of typical permeable pavement systems and includes pavement performance data, design and construction considerations, factors affecting maintenance, and even a chapter on emerging technologies.
Though increasingly used on our sidewalks, roadways, parking lots and even play areas, there are still only a few agencies with standards that can be used for the design of pervious pavement systems. This document is a comprehensive resource providing technical guidance for this important stormwater management BMP. It's a must read for "engineers, planners, landscape architects, municipalities, transportation agencies, regulatory agencies, and property owners."
The book's publication was sponsored by the Low Impact Development Committee of the Urban Water Resources Research Council of the Environmental and Water Resources Institute of ASCE. Published by the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Look for the contributions of a few of your favorite SvR authors and special thanks to the hardworking editing and review team of Kelly Lindow, Bethany Eisenberg and David Smith who spent many late nights compiling, editing, reviewing, and cat herding to get this publication out the door!
Want your very own copy? You can find it here.