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Re: pervious concrete

 The Michigan DEQ Water Bureau has a nonpoint pollution factsheet on
Porous Asphalt Pavement at 

EPA has information on their Low Impact Development webpage at

>>> <Patti.Best@deq.idaho.gov> 03/15/07 2:32 PM >>>
Hi. Got a question from a company about any regulatory concerns or
practical concerns regarding pervious concrete.


On one hand, it helps reduce storm water runoff.


On the other, do automotive fluids that accumulate on the surface,
eventually work their way through into the ground water.


Any regulatory or practical considerations would be appreciated as
as an BMPs if you decide to go with it.



Patti Best

Idaho DEQ

Judy Schaefer
Compliance Assistance Unit
Environmental Science and Services Division
MI Department of Environmental Quality
1 North Constitution Hall,  525 West Allegan

mailing address:
PO Box 30457
Lansing MI 48909-7957

direct line: 517-373-0590  fax: 517-241-0858
Environmental Assistance Center 800-662-9278

DEQ Internet: www.michigan.gov/deq 

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