Author : Mr. Vivek D. Jayale 1
Date of Publication :10th April 2017
Abstract: Pavement systems are suitable for a wide variety of residential, commercial and industrial applications.The purpose of this review paper is to study permeable pavements. Permeable pavements serve as an alternative to conventional road and parking lot construction materials. Their primary advantage is their ability to reduce urban runoff. The intent of this review is to foster acceptance of permeable pavement systems as a viable alternative to the traditional paver systems.
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