New Stormwater management practices head to the energy corridor Read full article at Chron.com.
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Chicago plans to install permeable pavers in order to combat flooding and pollution. Read full article at Chicago Tribune.
Houston inventor sets out to build a more robust interlocking plastic paving system Read full article at Houston Chronicle
Lisa Gray shares story from TRUEGRID founder and CEO, Barry Stiles. Stiles reports increasing risk of flooding is concerning in major US cities. Permeable pavement can help minimize these risks. Read full article at Houston Chronicle
Public private partnership to install permeable pavers in an effort to reduce storm water runoff, increase detention volume in public areas, and improve city storm water management. Read full article at governing.com
Flooding is an increasing problem facing US metropolitan areas. Permeable pavers and low impact development can help reduce the risk of flooding. Read full article at Claims Journal
Houston based micro-brewery Town in City opens its doors soon, their customers parking on an environmentally friendly and cost saving parking lot. Watch the video at CW39 NEWSFiX
The originator of the Poor Boy sandwich, owner Jay Nix, chooses TRUEGRID to pave his new parking lot at the famous Parkway Bakery and Tavern. Watch the video WDSU News