Assessing the Potential for Restoration of Surface Permeability for Permeable Pavements through Maintenance

Assessing the Potential for Restoration of Surface Permeability for Permeable Pavements through Maintenance

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Drake, J., Bradford, A. 2013. Assessing the Potential for Restoration of Surface Permeability for Permeable Pavements through Maintenance. Water Science & Technology. U.S. National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD. Volume 68,Number 9. 1950-1958
sediment, Stormwater, Infiltration, Permeable Pavement
After years of exposure to sediment and debris build-up, surface clogging reduces the infiltration of stormwater and inhibits the hydraulic and environmental functions of permeable pavement. This paper presents the results of small- and full-sized equipment testing aimed at restoring surface permeability, including the first testing of regenerative-air and vacuum-sweeping streetsweepers in Ontario.

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