Infiltrates and Directs Rainwater
The pavement that treats rainwater at the source
Between 70% and 90% of urban areas are paved with waterproof materials such as; asphalt, concrete, bituminous products, tiles, etc. These materials retain heat producing an increase in ambient temperature and do not allow water to filter.
Urban runoff is synonymous with pollution. In rainy situations, waterproof pavements prevent water seepage / retention and increase runoff levels, dissolving and dragging all urban pollution into the collectors, which causes a drastic increase in flow and the pollutant load inside. causing a serious environmental impact.
The most eco-efficient way to reduce the processes of runoff and pollution of rainwater is to reduce the waterproofing of the soil, so that they fulfil their function of “sink filters” by capturing rainwater and filtering it.
The infiltration design concept in Atlantis Eco-efficient Pathways is to treat rainwater at the source, this ensures that rain is collected as quickly as possible, and that minimal flow is generated over the land.
Lower risk of flooding
The system will treat water from the source, this ensures that rain is collected as quickly as possible, and that minimal flow is generated over the land allowing the water to infiltrate avoiding flooding or streets and parking lots full of water wells.
No cranes or loading equipment required. This product has a quick installation and intuitive assembly.
Strong structural design
This product was structurally designed for use in complex water infiltration applications.
Atlantis permeable pavements provide a surface resistant to vehicular traffic and facilitate immediate infiltration of rainwater.
- Access roads
- Pedestrian paths
- Parking lots
- Streets and avenues
- Mining trails
- High traffic areas
- Heavy load areas
- Easy installation
- Ability to withstand heavy loads
- Prevents ruts and tire damage
- Excellent resistance to turning tires
- Replenish the water supply in the installation area
- Unique and simple to use interconnection system
- Does not require surface drains
- Reduces the ambient temperature around buildings (compared to hard material surfaces)
- Reduce pollution
- Filter, retain and accumulate rainwater
- Avoid runoff processes
- They prevent the deterioration of rainwater
- They provide recyclable water
- Infrastructure cost reduction