Next Generation Stormwater Solutions

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let’s teach old roads new tricks

AquiPor is revolutionizing hard surface building materials, improving the way urban stormwater systems work and interact with the natural environment. Polluted runoff is destroying our waterways and diminishing water quality in cities throughout the world. Our advanced technology is designed to be as durable as normal concrete, yet permeable enough to handle up to 25 inches of water every hour.

Start Engine Campaign

OUR MISSION STARTED IN SUCCESS

With the success of our recent crowdfund, our upward trajectory is intact and we’re positioned to hit important product and market milestones in the next year. Our sights are ultimately set on delivering our first large project in 2021. The first AquiPor project will showcase the unique performance, cost effectiveness, and environmental improvements made possible by our technologies. This will also demonstrate the effectiveness of our business model as an engineering, procurement, and construction management entity in the stormwater space.

The State of the World

Stormwater runoff pollution has quietly become the most pervasive environmental issue that cities around the world face today. Three main factors are exacerbating the issue:

climate change

storm water

city water

ten trillion gallons

Discharged into clean waterways every year.

More Than Just Permeable Pavement

The Solution

AquiPor has developed an innovative hardscape material that is extremely permeable, while featuring the strength and durability of traditional concrete. This revolutionary new material is capable of filtering out stormwater pollutants and particulate matter without clogging up from debris, allowing clean water to permeate and drain into the water table below. AquiPor material provides nature a helping hand by creating a natural water system in your backyard, neighborhood, and city.

solutions for change

Come along with us as we bring our proprietary technology to market in an effort to reshape the way we think about urban water management.
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