- NYC DDC mix approval since 2015
- NY State plant approval since 2015
Why Green Asphalt
From the production of the paving material, to the placement of the pavement on the road, to rehabilitation, through recycling, asphalt pavements minimize impact on the environment. The low consumption of energy for production and construction, low emission of greenhouse gases, and conservation of natural resources help to make asphalt the environmental pavement of choice.
Design and installation of equipment
Operation and Maintenance
Material design and QC
Agency relationships for approvals
Lowering the Carbon Footprint through Green Asphalt Technology
Remove Roads that need replacement
Bring to facility
Process the material
Heat the material
Rejuvenate into 100% recycled asphalt
No virgin aggregates and no Asphaltic Cement (a/c) oil added
1 Million Tons of asphalt are removed and replaced every year in NYC
Green pavements constitute an inevitable path for society in road-building in particular, not only due to their environmental aspects, but also because they constitute an economic saving in many cases in terms of net prices.
Where does all of the reclaimed asphalt go?
Why waste roads in landfills when we can repurpose them into new roads.
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