03 May '11, 7am

dRain Joint for Easy Storm Water Drainage

dRain Joint for Easy Storm Water Drainage

I walked the exhibitor floor at the National Green Building Conference & Expo in Salt Lake City and found a few interesting products like this dRain Joint by Arvis Eco. This is a rainwater management product — specifically, an inserted drainage channel — for pour-in-place surfaces in driveways and parking lots. The ADA-compliant product is made with aluminum and gives storm water a path to a sub-surface drainage bed. From there, water can be collected or left to seep back into the ground. dRain Joint is sold by Indiana-based Arvis Eco and can be delivered in 2-4 weeks. The product processes about two gallons of water per minute per linear foot and installs at the same time as the surface installation. [+] More info on the dRain Joint by Arvis Eco . Credits: Jetson Green, LLC (top), Arvis Eco (#2-3). If you enjoyed this article, get new articles and more by subscribing to o...

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