Permeable concrete developed by graduate students at UPR-Mayaguez

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Prueba con el hormigón permeable, novedoso material que filtra el agua y permite que llegue a la tierra, en lugar de acumularse en la superficie. (Suministrada / Prensa RUM)

Graduate Students from the Department of Civil Engineering (INCI) of the University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Campus presented the first instalation of permeable concrete on campus. This new material permits water infiltration, decreasing superificial water run-off and preventing floods.

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