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Gravel for underdrains and underground infiltration structures should be 50 mm, uniformly-graded, washed stone that has a void ratio of 0.4 (40%)<ref>Porosity of Structural Backfill, Tech Sheet #1, Stormtech, Nov 2012, http://www.stormtech.com/download_files/pdf/techsheet1.pdf accessed 16 October 2017 </ref>.
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Gravel for underdrains and underground infiltration structures should be 20-50 mm, uniformly-graded, clean, crushed angular stone that has a void ratio of 0.4 (40%)<ref>Porosity of Structural Backfill, Tech Sheet #1, Stormtech, Nov 2012, http://www.stormtech.com/download_files/pdf/techsheet1.pdf accessed 16 October 2017 </ref>.
  
 
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Gravel for underdrains and underground infiltration structures should be 20-50 mm, uniformly-graded, clean, crushed angular stone that has a void ratio of 0.4 (40%)[1].
  1. Porosity of Structural Backfill, Tech Sheet #1, Stormtech, Nov 2012, http://www.stormtech.com/download_files/pdf/techsheet1.pdf accessed 16 October 2017