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Published on 3/10/2018

Published by marketing@concretebroker.com.au

Concrete that absorbs water

Now that's something I want to see


 

 

 

 

Source : Tech Insider at YouTube

 

Tarmac's latest concrete mix "Topmix Permeable" can absorb up to 880 gallons of water can trickle through Topmix, which could eliminate flooding where it has been installed.

Other advantages are the surface is cooler reducing heat in the hot summer months, and the roadways are safer during heavy downpours as large pools of water are not present on busy city streets and highways. 

 

 

 

 

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