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Rubberized Asphalt Benefits and History

Rubberized Asphalt History

Rubberized asphalt is not a new technology but is just starting to resurface throughout the US. It is produced from grinding up whole scrap tires from automobiles. Then the use of the ground rubber is mixed with the asphalt and then laid.

Used as joint sealers, patches and membranes in the late 1930’s1950’s […]

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Crumb Rubber Modified Asphalt Paving a Path Forward

What is Crumb Rubber Modified Asphalt?

Redmond Clark, president of Asphalt Plus L.L.C. spoke at the 34th Clemson University Global Tire Conference in regards to the benefits of using Dry Process crumb rubber modified asphalt.

 “The window of opportunity is open, but it won’t remain open, because more aggressive industries will beat us to it,” said Redmond […]

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When the rubber really meets the road…

Crumb Rubber Asphalt, Paving the Way Forward

Dickinson County Road Commission is testing the use of recycled tires in a colder climate. Ask the average lay person how road agencies can reduce road construction and increase pavement longevity and you’ll get a laundry list! Perhaps one of the most common fix-alls the public talks […]

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