— Webinar Recording —
Originally Presented: September 1, 2016 by Randy West and Kent Hansen
The asphalt pavement industry has long benefited from using recycled materials such as reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) and recycled asphalt shingles (RAS) to supplement costly virgin materials. When used properly, these recycling practices not only offer economic benefits, but also offer social and environmental benefits without compromising performance. Although RAP is a 100 percent recyclable material, on average the U.S. only uses 20 percent. Partners such as Japan and others around the world have been able to use roughly more than 45 percent RAP. Since the 1980s, the asphalt industry has been using RAS; however, it has only been in the past decade that specifications have significantly progressed. Learn the latest developments in RAP and RAS best practices and agency specifications in order to produce high-quality pavements and what sustainable benefits can result.
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