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What if every parking lot were green?

Even before the grass turns green, this form of asphalt is so much more attractive, environmentally more friendly and has so many benefits including water drainage. So why don't cities and developers use this for run off issues instead of drainage ditches and other more costly patches?

I'm just asking, someone knows the answer. Seems like a great product with huge potential?

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