Tag: RAP

According to NAPA, 82 million tons of RAP, along with 1.05 million tons of RAS, were used in 389.3 million tons of new asphalt pavement mixes in the U.S. in 2018. Photo by Kevin Yanik

NAPA: Recycled asphalt use at an all-time high

September 19, 2019By

The average amount of reclaimed asphalt pavement in new asphalt pavements last year was 21 percent, according to the National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA).

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Sensationalizing the global state of sand

May 25, 2017By

The headline of an exposé in The New Yorker claims the world is running out of sand, but the publication doesn’t make the arguments to support such a sensationalist notion.

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Photo courtesy of Paul Smith

3 factors to consider when choosing a screen

January 16, 2017By

Columnist Paul Smith offers the three variables producers must consider when choosing a screen.

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Photo courtesy of Wirtgen America

Impact crusher boasts new capabilities, enhancements

August 5, 2016By

From more productivity to greater fuel savings, the capabilities of a new crusher have changed how one Canadian producer operates each day.

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Rock replay: Processing C&D materials

May 7, 2015By

An Ontario company realizes important environmental goals, customer satisfaction and higher profits by processing C&D materials. Extending the […]

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Intriguing market opportunity

March 5, 2015By

Reclaimed asphalt pavement is gaining momentum in U.S. Unless you’ve been living under a rock – no pun […]

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Report: Asphalt demand to rise each year through 2017

September 16, 2013By

Demand for asphalt in the United States is forecasted to increase 3.7 percent annually to 27.9 million tons […]

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