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Rethinking How We Build Cities - Podcast with Coralus

Discussing the idea of a sponge city. "Trying to have the city absorb rainwater through things like tree canopies and permeable pavements. We know that climate change is changing our weather patterns. So how do we adjust to that?" A discussion with Coralus venture Stormflow Surfacing

Stratford Chamber of Commerce Interview

Julie and Jim chat with Eddie Matthews, from Stratford Chamber of Commerce, about Stormflow Surfacing, what it's made of, and where you can find some of our permeable pavement installs in Stratford...

University of Waterloo Research – Tackling Stormwater with Recycled Tires

By Mayuri Punithan University of Waterloo researchers are using recycled tires to perfect a permeable paving product so it can be used for commercial purposes to reduce the load on stormwater systems. Tamanna Kabir, a PhD candidate and Hanaa Al-Bayati, a research...

Waterloo Record | New Surfacing Eco-friendly Alternative to Asphalt

Becky Shaw of Stormflow Surfacing poses Thursday on her Wellesley driveway. The Stratford-based recycles tires to create a paved surfaces that are porous and allow rainwater to seep into the ground. Mathew McCarthy / Waterloo Region Record Terry Pender, Record...

Stratford Business Expanding Asphalt Alternative Across Canada

Stratford business looking forward to expanding eco-friendly alternative to asphalt across Canada Stratford Beacon Herald, April 20, 2022 Stratford's Stormflow Surfacing is looking forward to installing its water-permeable surfacing product in commercial parking lots...

Stormflow Surfacing was featured on CTV News!

CTV News Kitchener interviewed our founder Jim Roth and Becky Shaw during a driveway installation in Waterloo. They discussed the many benefits of Stormflow Surfacing. Click on the video below:

One of our installers in Toronto – It’s Gardenzilla to the rescue!

July 1, 2022, Leaside Life "Just recently, they became one of Toronto’s certified residential installers of Stormflow permeable resurfacing. This is a locally made recycled product with a wide range of environmental benefits, including a reduction in water...

Stormwater Solutions: How We Help Cities

Mike Farwell from CityNews 570 Kitchener interviewed our CEO Becky Shaw about how Stormflow Surfacing helps cities with stormwater solutions. They discussed uses such as driveways, pathways, patios and more. They also chatted about the issue of stormwater and where it...

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