Asphalt Recycling

This page contains coverage of asphalt recycling-related content, including hot in-place recycling, cold in-place recycling, full depth reclamation, new materials developments in asphalt paving and reclamation, and other aspects and techniques related to recycling and reclamation.

Crews repave Texas Motor Speedway the right way
Crews repave Texas Motor Speedway the right way
Having a ticket for some dry cleanings can lead to a lot of watching and waiting. Nobody would blame anyone if they walked out. Many paying…
June 06, 2017
First recycling effort in Pa., N.J., turns heads
First recycling effort in Pa., N.J., turns heads
Alaska is not particularly known for its thaws. However, officials in the northeast U.S. are starting to warm up to the idea of cold in-place…
The objective of this study was to evaluate how increasing the volume of virgin binder, using a softer grade of virgin binder or using a WMA chemical additive affected the durability and performance of RAP mixtures.
The objective of this study was to evaluate how increasing the volume of virgin binder, using a softer grade of virgin binder or using a WMA chemical additive affected the durability and performance of RAP mixtures.
Using reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) in asphalt mixtures can provide significant economic savings to contractors and highway agencies by reducing…
April 28, 2015
Total lift thickness for the roundabout was 6.5 in. The 19-mm mix was used for the first lift (2.5 in. thick) and second (2.25 in. thick), but Northeast Asphalt had to use a Wisconsin DOT higher ESAL mix for the 1.75-in. surface course.
Total lift thickness for the roundabout was 6.5 in. The 19-mm mix was used for the first lift (2.5 in. thick) and second (2.25 in. thick), but Northeast Asphalt had to use a Wisconsin DOT higher ESAL mix for the 1.75-in. surface course.
Last year’s modern day Ice Age buried routes across the U.S. with its frozen malice. Many public works officials had to pick through the remains of…
March 02, 2015
Two case study OGFCs were constructed as part of the 2012 NCAT Pavement Test Track, which used GTR-modified binders and no fibers. No cracking or raveling are evident in either test section to date.
Two case study OGFCs were constructed as part of the 2012 NCAT Pavement Test Track, which used GTR-modified binders and no fibers. No cracking or raveling are evident in either test section to date.
Asphalt mixtures are commonly comprised of various ratios of aggregate, asphalt binder and air. While this is usually the case for standard dense-…
February 06, 2015
Hard hat
Hard hat
A full-depth reclamation (FDR) project involving the removal of a failed portland cement concrete pavement and the construction of an 8-in.…
February 06, 2015
After FHWA pause, IDOT study presses industry to continue moving forward
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Pavements continue to be among the most recycled materials on the planet. Over the past several decades, the asphalt industry has successfully…
February 06, 2015
Cold in-place recycling fixes mountainous Calif. highway
Cold in-place recycling fixes mountainous Calif. highway
By the beginning of 2014, Mooney Road through California’s Sierra Nevada Mountains bore a strong resemblance to its lunar namesake.  “The road gets…
February 06, 2015
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