What does permeable surfaces do for the environment?



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    Permeable surfaces help the environment by allowing water to slowly percolate through them and a gravel base beneath them. In this way, water does not flow in high volumes to sewer pipes or catch basins that direct the water off site. This helps to reduce pollution, construction costs, and infrastructure needs while allowing water to enter the soil at a reasonable rate.

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