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.

Reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) has rapidly become a dependable means of resurrecting roadways in the state of California. As Greg Kelley, assistant…
February 06, 2015
Portion of unstable S.R. 321 in Pa. receives FDR treatment
Portion of unstable S.R. 321 in Pa. receives FDR treatment
Several of the trees entrenched in the landscape covered by District 2 of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) are marked to…
February 06, 2015
According to a report issued by the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT), the results of a 2011 project to rehabilitate a southbound section…
October 20, 2014
Now is the time to nominate your asphalt road recycling project. All projects that have been in the design, construction or completion phase over the…
October 28, 2013
All roads lead to somewhere—even if they appear to be in the middle of nowhere. Such is the case with the Angeles Forest Highway, which winds 25…
A station break Bus project gives L.A. opportunity to fix Canoga Avenue Nobody likes to be behind a bus for very long. With plans for the Canoga…
The use of reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) has received significant attention nationally in the last few years. With the increase in raw material…
March 20, 2012
CMI PR600 cold planers
CMI PR600 cold planers
To effectively mill asphalt at depths reaching 14 in., a planer must have the power and weight to propel the cutter through the tough cuts. With a…
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