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New Jersey Lawmaker Introduces Bill on Pervious Concrete

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A New Jersey state legislator has introduced a bill that would require any state agency to use pervious concrete "wherever appropriate" including access roads, pathways, roadways and parking lots. The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection would be charged with adopting criteria for the use of pervious concrete on state projects. The legislator, Assembly Republican Whip Scott T. Rumana, said using pervious concrete is part of "smart environmental, fiscal and planning policy..."

Source: December 11 posting on Read more.

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