Bowling Green, KY (September 2016) – Football season is just around the corner that means weekend activities include tailgating with family and friends. While many are on the lookout for opposing fans wanting to crash the party, other pests aren’t usually top of mind. Delicious grilled food, scrumptious snacks and tasty desserts combined with the warm weather that is still lingering attracts pests like wasps, mosquitoes, flies and ants.
Pervious pavements have become a regular tool for stormwater control. Due to the increase in demand for such installments, Warren County Division for Stormwater Management has been supplying the community with knowledge of how to properly use and maintain pervious concrete over the past year. This knowledge has come from in-house testing and collaboration with others in the same field. Warren County partnered with the Kentucky Ready Mixed Concrete Association and the Tennessee Concrete Association in April 2016 to perform a demonstration of the proper maintenance required for pervious concrete.