Runoff as a Resource in Santa Cruz County - Pervious Concrete Technical Training

Wouldn't it be nice to make better use of all the rain we have received this winter, by restoring our groundwater and aquifers, rather then just sending it to the bay or ocean? On Thursday, March 23rd, you can learn how to utilize your stormwater as a resource, rather than it being a nuisance, using Best Management Practices like, pervious concrete and dry wells.

Our partners at the Resource Conservation District of Santa Cruz County are hosting a free half day stormwater workshop, in which Bay Area Pervious Concrete will be providing an educational presentation and site walk. BAPC will explain how to design with pervious concrete using LATIS (Large Area Thin Infiltration System) and the latest specifications, to maximize stormwater capture while reducing project cost, and how to maintain it. Afterwards attendees will be able to take a short walk between two different pervious concrete installations, allowing for a comparison examination in order to see how much the design and specifications affect the outcome and long term maintenance.

The workshop is free, but space is limited - Register Here