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.

Road construction is a more than $80 billion annual industry in the U.S. Over the last decade, the industry has been driving toward greener and more…
April 07, 2011
In Oregon, Century Drive Highway is a big deal. How big? It is important enough to merit a Wikipedia entry. The route winds its way through a dark-…
March 10, 2011
Using recycled material is obviously good for the environment and saves money. But in the case of Illinois Highway 1, in Christian County, it also…
February 10, 2011
State Rte. 700 in western Palm Beach County, Fla., takes a lot of abuse. The two-lane rural highway is in an agricultural area, so almost all of its…
February 10, 2011
The letters C, I and R are not going to appear as giant fonts stuck into the side of a mountain. Hollywood will forever be Beverly Hills’ claim to…
February 10, 2011
Aging makes even asphalt stiffen up. Humans with stiff joints sometimes take supplements to try to restore suppleness. Asphalt engineers who want to…
October 16, 2009
The Colorado DOT has followed its trendsetting longitudinal joint density specification of 2004 with a stringent, new spec mandating condition of a…
January 28, 2009
The area of Barnes County in east-central North Dakota is about the same as Rhode Island: approximately 1,500 sq miles. But while on average about…
January 28, 2009
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