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    Question Pervious concrete can slow runoff pollution

    Interesting story about Maryland and concrete...

    http://www.hometownannapolis.com/new...pollution.html
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    Pretty cool stuff. A deli/creamery that I frequent has the parking lot done with this stuff. Moss is starting to grow pretty bad though.
    Florin Nutu
    ALL WASHED UP EXTERIOR CLEANING LLC
    206-380-4555

    Seattle Roof Cleaning and Pressure Washing
    email--- allwashedupexterior@gmail.com

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    Default Re: Pervious concrete can slow runoff pollution

    Here is a test you can do on previous concrete to determine when it needs cleaned. I read another artical somewhere about maintaining it but I cannot find it now

    http://www.concreteresources.net/......s_Concrete.doc
    Lenny Schrecengost
    Lenny's Power Washing
    Toano, VA, east of Richmond
    757-810-1957






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