Can we use Grasscrete in lieu of a pervious concrete parking lot?

Grasscrete is commonly used as a pervious concrete parking lot where as the voids are simply filled with stone rather than grass. Unlike no-fines pervious concrete Grasscrete is easily reinforced, the reinforcing steel is not subject to corrosion due to the no fines mix of traditional pervious concrete, the mix designs are established freeze-thaw resistant, the final surface is exceedingly more abrasion resistant that pervious concrete mixes, and there is no issue with rock pop outs.nnAdditionally Grasscrete is not subject to clogging issues and in the event that too much silt has entered the voids, they can be mechanically cleaned in an efficient manner unlike traditional pervious concrete.

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