When it rains, pervious concrete drains...
A demonstration of water draining rapidly through pervious concrete pavement
March 23, 2010—YouTube.com
Produced by the British Columbia Ready Mixed Concrete Association, this five-minute video illustrates the sustainable and economic benefits of pervious concrete in mitigating stormwater runoff.
See Green Building Technology in use at St Anne's Belfield Middle School, VA: Click on "Green Features"
June 24, 2011—ScienceFriday.com
Final UNH Pervious Concrete Video:
June 20, 2008—YouTube.com
This video demonstrates 1500 gallons of water
passing through pervious concrete in 3.5 minutes.
March 25, 2008—ABC News—YouTube.com
Arizona's first NRMCA Certified Pervious Concrete Technicians, Progressive Concrete Works, Inc., have placed and finished 140,000 square feet of 'green concrete' for the Glendale Park and Ride.
June 11, 2007—NCE Smart Blog
This outstanding video, produced by Arizona State University student Jon Nicol, shows the placement of a pervious concrete parking lot in front of the ASU Art Museum in the Nelson Fine Arts Center on the Tempe campus.