David Mitchell owns Bunyan Industries, a Salt Lake City-based manufacturer of roller screeds. In this article from Public Works sister publication Concrete Construction, he explains why superabsorbent polymer (SAP) wasn't used on a pervious concrete slab embellished with the American Concrete Institute's new logo.

He says "people are misguided about that being the essential component for successful pervious or as a shortcut in moist curing."

Au contraire, says the executive director of the National Pervious Concrete Pavement Association.

ProCure LLC CEO Dale Fisher says in this article that SAP's an industry-accepted and proven alternative to curing with 6 mil plastic sheeting.

If you have an opinion based on experience, feel free to contact either one. Or me at [email protected].

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