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Pavement that's porous gains ground

By Tim Wacker
Globe Correspondent / October 26, 2008

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The parking lot at the new headquarters of Nobis Engineering Inc. is being installed with an environmentally friendly asphalt called porous pavement. By letting rainwater seep through to filtration beds, porous pavement is correcting a pollution problem called road runoff, which is of particular concern in the densely populated, heavily traveled Merrimack Valley. (Full article: 981 words)

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