Why Isn’t Porous Paving The Norm?

technology developed in the 1800s, Porus Paving is FINALLY beginning to see some exposure and major use across New Zealand and Australia.

Porus paving is characteristically concrete, but without the fine sand and particulate matter that usually fills in the gaps to make it completely solid. This results in a smooth, paved surface that resembles gravel. It also allows water to completely drain through it to the soil below. Even better, the porous paving captures pollutants like oil and chemical runoff, making sure those things don’t make it into the soil and damage the environment.


What Are The Financial Benefits of Porous Paving?

Are you looking for a solution to your paving needs with a cleaner and greener twist? Let us introduce you to porous paving!


Porous Paving: Applications for Your Business or home

What does your driveway, carpark walkways and tennis courts all have in common? Many of them do not adequately allow water to return to the ground, allowing the water to pool.

Why You Should Consider Porous Paving Applications

Stoneset is committed to providing better paving solutions for the safety of our environment.

Our environmental practices have led us to develop a wide range of Porus Paving applications for our clients. These applications maintain the reliability of your paved pathway, driveway or road by allowing water to absorb into the ground without compromising the practicality of your application.