Alternative EcoTechnology for Urban/Suburban Pavement Landscaping
JW Pavement EcoTechnology, a world leader in Green Pavement Landscaping, features a revolutionary alternative to current pavement methodologies. Our mission is to counteract the deleterious effects of large scale, man-made city metropolis on habitat, health and climate.
JW Eco-Pavement is classified as “Structural Pervious Pavement” and answers the call that predecessor Eco-Pavement products have not been able to address - specifically heavy load bearing, low-maintenance, long term durability and sustainable eco-habitat.
JW Eco-Pavement claims over 100 hundred patents the world over and has been acknowledged by an extensive list of academic, private and government institutions. Our current installations and projects are also extensive with case studies extending past 10 years.
Information and Literature
A study on the effect of hydraulic-conductivity JW pavement on diluting air pollutants emitted from vehicles C.M. Liu, J.W. Chen, J.W. Tsai, J.H. Lin, M.T. Yenand, T.H. Chen, 5th International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology, July 12-16, 2010. Houston, Texas, USA Page 362-363
Maintenance and improvement in the ecological environment of the island: The design and application in high bearing structure pervious pavement.
J.W. Chen,, 2004: The International Conference on the Islands of the World VIII, November 1-7, 2004. Kinmen Island, Taiwan.
Research Project for JW Precautionary Air-Cycle Aqueduct Pavement Method. Taiwan Construction Research Institute
Li, W.-F. and Cheng, J.-P., 2004
Long-term monitoring of the pervious pavements in front of the Architecture Building of the National Taipei University of Technology. [Chinese]. CTITV.COM Today Taiwan 2010.01.16 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eceONxTUjJk); 2011.07 China Scitechnology Business P25 (http://www.stmag.cn)
J.H. Tsai, 2010
An efficiency analysis of the engineering environment affected by permeable pavements.
C.S. Wu, 2005, Master Thesis of the Institute of Civil Engineering of the National Central University, CHungLi, Taiwan. 193pp. [in Chinese].
Performance evaluation of JW pavement and three other pavement methods on microbial compostions and activities. (submittted to Ecological Engineering)
L.F. Fan, S.F. Wang, W.L. Chao, C.P. Chen, H.L. Hsieh, J.W. Chen, T.H. Chen - 2012