An unconventional permeable paver patio in St Paul, MN employing recycled stockyard clay brick from Gerten’s to create a truly one of kind Sustainable Paving Solution.

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We have created a comprehensive card for more information regarding Permeable Interlocking Concrete Pavement. Please click here to find more information on PICP.

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After what might be this season’s heaviest snowfall, I shall once again make an attempt to promote the fine winter advantages of PICP on my super popular blog. We are reminded this year, following several mild winters, that we do, in fact, live in Minnesota, where half of the year people rarely complain, and then…

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An interesting article posted from the MN Department of Natural Resources: Of course, we would argue that pavers are the most attractive, long standing and easiest to maintain option of the three installations. http://www.dnr.state.mn.us/water_access/bmp/pervious_pavement_bmp.html

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As I was shoveling snow off my in-laws’ paver patio last week, I was reminded of a concern often expressed by my clients. “What am I going to do about shoveling snow?” they’ll ask. As with most rumors about pavers, this one probably (I always forget to ask) originates from poorly installed examples of interlocking concrete pavement (ICP).…

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How do permeable pavers benefit the environment? Here is a short video by Techo-Bloc to explain. Enjoy!

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