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The Transportation, Housing, and Environment (THE) Committee of the Prince George's County Council (Washington D.C. area) unanimously passed a Stormwater Management Retrofit Program. The proposed program would offer a rebate to individuals, businesses, or non-profits that install pervious pavers on their property. Shown here is a Xeripave pervious paver.

Similar programs already exist in the District of Columbia and Montgomery County. These programs are just as popular with the public as they are with policy works. DC's RiverSmart Homes program has been so successful that homeowners now must wait 3 to 4 months after applying just for the initial audit.

Because this is a rebate program, property owners will need to pay for the project installation out of pocket, and then be reimbursed.





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