Time to submit nominations for 2021 Recycling Awards

The deadline to submit projects is EXTENDED through December 1, 2020

November 09, 2020 / 1 minute read
2021 Recycling Awards

The time has come to submit nominations for the 2021 Roads & Bridges / ARRA Asphalt Recycling/Reclaiming Awards, which honor the top asphalt road recycling projects in North America.

All nominations are reviewed by the Roads & Bridges editorial staff and ARRA’s executive committee. Nominations are accepted in the following categories: hot in-place recycling, cold in-place recycling, and full-depth reclamation. In order to qualify for the awards, projects must have been in the design or construction phase over the past 18 months.

The deadline to submit projects is now December 1, 2020. The list of last year's winners can be found here. To submit a nomination form, click here

Any questions regarding the nomination process can be directed to either Senior Managing Editor Brian Budzynski at [email protected] or to Associate Editor Tim Bruns at [email protected].

Time to submit nominations for 2021 Recycling Awards

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