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Use of Pervious Concrete in Stormwater Management


April 25, 2007


Hollywood, SC


When properly installed and maintained pervious materials are efficient, cost-effective and underutilized tools for managing stormwater runoff. By allowing stormwater to infiltrate in areas that are conventionally covered with impervious materials (such as parking lots, driveways, and sidewalks), pervious concrete can greatly increase on-site retention of stormwater, thus reducing the need for off-site stormwater detention or treatment and helping to protect the quality of down stream natural waterways. This seminar is designed to give general information on the basics for laying pervious concrete, as well as, the economics of pervious versus conventional concrete. The seminar will be held at the Poplar Grove Boat House in Hollywood, SC. There is no registration fee for the seminar; however, seating is limited, so please pre-register by returning the registration form below, or contacting Rebekah Szivak by phone (843-953-9024) or e-mail ( by April 20th.


Rebekah Walker, CTP Coordinator

Phone: (843) 953-9024

  • Seminar
  • Coastal/Resource Managers
  • Consultants
  • Developers/Contractors
  • Engineers
  • Environmental Orgs
  • Local Government
  • Planners
  • Public Works Officials
  • Stormwater Managers
  • Growth Management
  • Low Impact Development
  • Non-point Source Pollution
  • Stormwater Management
Focus Areas
  • Region: Lowcountry
  • Spring 07 (Apr - Jun)
Leading Org.
  • ACE Basin National Estuarine Research Reserve, SC Department of Natural Resources
Supporting Orgs.
  • ACE Basin CTP
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