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Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Recycled Tire Rubber and Modern Asphalt Pavements Episode 2: Tires: Just the Way You Like Them

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There are many ways to modify asphalt binders and mixtures with recycled tire rubber (RTR); however, each method requires contractors to focus on different operations to ensure that a quality mixture is produced and placed. The “dry process” treats RTR similar to how an aggregate or other recycled material is treated by feeding it directly into the drum at a plant. While this process is not as prevalent as some other methods of blending RTR into asphalt mixtures, agencies such as the Georgia Department of Transportation and Illinois Tollway have opened specifications allow use of the dry process economically.


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Originally Presented: May 29, 2019 by Red Clark, President, Asphalt Plus LLC; Rick Ahlbach, QC Supervisor, Curran Contracting, and Bill Buttlar, Glen Barton Chair of Flexible Pavement Technology, University of Missouri

There are many ways to modify asphalt binders and mixtures with recycled tire rubber (RTR); however, each method requires contractors to focus on different operations to ensure that a quality mixture is produced and placed. The “dry process” treats RTR similar to how an aggregate or other recycled material is treated by feeding it directly into the drum at a plant. While this process is not as prevalent as some other methods of blending RTR into asphalt mixtures, agencies such as the Georgia Department of Transportation and Illinois Tollway have opened specifications allow use of the dry process economically.

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