Going green in the landscape is not only about plants but your hard surfaces as well. An alternative to help the environment is by using permeable pavers (Permeable Interlocking Concrete Pavement).
These concrete pavers are created so that the joint openings are typically 5-15% of the surface area and are filled with highly permeable aggregates. This type of installation requires a much deeper base of angular rock. This, in turn, allows storm water to runoff more effectively. It even filtrates the water as it passes through the surface joints, base and into the ground below.
To learn more about how you can “Go Green” contact Van Zelst Inc. for a proposal.