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Roofing the road – Using asphalt shingles as binder ...

Roofing the road – Using asphalt shingles as binder. Since the early and mid-1980s recyclers have been eyeing factory waste asphalt shingles and old tear-off roofing shingles as a legitimate source of asphalt binder. Each year, almost 10 million tons of roofing shingles are removed from rooftops or hauled away as scrap from manufacturers.

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Roofing the Road: Using Asphalt Shingles for Binder

Roofing the Road: Using Asphalt Shingles for Binder. Since the early/mid-1980s, recyclers have considered factory waste asphalt shingles and old tear-off roofing shingles as legitimate sources of asphalt binder. Departments of Transportation and other road agencies around the United States are discovering that using these roofing shingles in a ...

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Asphalt Roofing Shingles Into Energy Project Summary ...

Apr 28, 2008  The purpose of this project was to pave a test section using hot mix asphalt with roofing shingle pieces in the wearing and binder courses and to evaluate. The test project near Allentown, PA plus two other test projects in 1998 provide evidence of very good pavement performance.

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UG-Mat Recycled Asphalt Shingles Recycled Materials ...

The recycled asphalt shingles cold patch was determined to be 6% liquid binder, 14% ground asphalt and 80% aggregate. Some found the material to work very well and have long stick power and easy to use. Others found it too stiff to work with and low quality and therefore discontinued use of the product.

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Roofing Shingles and Toner in Asphalt Pavements

Research Study Title: Roofing Shingles and Toner in Asphalt Pavements 16. Abstract Existing information on the use of roofing waste in hot mix asphalt (HMA) was obtained from reviews of published and unpublished literature and interviews of cognizant individuals. Ground waste roofing is available from at least 3 locations in Texas.

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WIS 73 project to use recycled roof shingles

shingles out of landfills. Another . benefit is a reduction in the use of virgin binder, which contains petroleum. Asphalt binder costs anywhere from . $600 to $800 per ton. Even though recycled roof shingles are only five percent by weight of each ton of mix, asphalt binder as a whole can be up to 50 percent of the cost per ton of mix.

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High Percentages of Reclaimed Asphalt Affect the ...

May 20, 2020  The most common recyclable material used in road construction is reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP), which is milled asphalt surface layers that have been removed from existing pavements before new asphalt overlay is placed. Reclaimed asphalt roofing shingles (RAS) are another potential source of asphalt binder.

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Asphalt Roofing Shingles in Cold Patch - California

The amount of asphalt roofing shingles landfilled in California is estimated at 1.2 million tons per year, or about 3 percent of the waste stream. Resources Savings The petroleum used to produce asphalt binders is a nonrenewable resource.

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Roofing Shingles and Toner in Asphalt Pavements

Research Study Title: Roofing Shingles and Toner in Asphalt Pavements 16. Abstract Existing information on the use of roofing waste in hot mix asphalt (HMA) was obtained from reviews of published and unpublished literature and interviews of cognizant individuals. Ground waste roofing is available from at least 3 locations in Texas.

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General permit for the Storage and Processing of Asphalt ...

“Asphalt paving structures” means a road, parking lot, driveway or any other constructed paved surface. “Asphalt roofing shingles” or “ARS” means a cellulose or fiberglass felt mat saturated with asphalt ... “Binder course” means the layer of hot mix asphalt (HMA) that may contain RAS and is located ...

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UG-Mat Recycled Asphalt Shingles Recycled Materials ...

The recycled asphalt shingles cold patch was determined to be 6% liquid binder, 14% ground asphalt and 80% aggregate. Some found the material to work very well and have long stick power and easy to use. Others found it too stiff to work with and low quality and therefore discontinued use of the product.

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Asphalt Roofing Shingles - Texas Department of Transportation

Each year, U.S. shingle manufacturers and roofers generate more than 11 million tons of asphalt shingle scrap, primarily removed from roof tops. TxDOT, contractors, manufacturers, roofers and builders share a common interest in blending recycled asphalt shingles (RAS) into asphalt pavement created by: the huge quantity of scrap material

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Asphalt Roofing Shingles Into Energy Project Summary ...

Apr 28, 2008  Based on a widely cited September, 1999 report by the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources, nearly 11 million tons of asphalt roofing shingle wastes are produced in the United States each year. Recent data suggests that the total is made up of about 9.4 million tons from roofing

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Roofing - BASF

Polymers, binders and additives for roofing nonwovens. We offer emulsion polymers, including formaldehyde-free solutions, that bind wetlaid glass and/or polyester fiber mats to provide enhanced tear strength and impact resistance for nonwovens used in roofing applications such as asphalt shingles and built-up roofing.

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Performance Characteristics of Modern Recycled Asphalt ...

Feb 16, 2018  A-1 . Appendix A. Field Sampling Details A.1. MO52_1 . Contract J5P0925 . MO52 west of Versailles in Morgan County . TWay ID: 53 MO 52 W . Propose coring take place between the intersection with highway D on the east end and the

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Use of Reclaimed Asphalt Shingles in Illinois

of waste shingles, etc.), the use of shingles in hot-mix asphalt (HMA), and special studies that are underway or have been completed by IDOT to understand the use of RAS. 17. Key Words Reclaimed Asphalt Shingles, recycled waste materials, HB 1326, PA 097-0314, sustainability Service, Springfield, Virginia 22161. 18. Distribution Statement

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Asphalt Shingle Recycling - Boulder County

Avoid Greenhouse Gas emissions. A life-cycle analysis of asphalt pavement (Environmental Road of the Future, COLAS group, September 2002) indicates 27,000 pounds of carbon dioxide are avoided on a typical paving project, by using 5 percent shingles in place of virgin asphalt binder. Improved road

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MIXING and COMPACTION RECOMMENDATIONS for WARM

The use of recycled asphalt shingles (RAS) is an attractive option for asphalt mixture producers due to the high amount of recycled asphalt binder available in RAS. By weight, RAS contains 10 to 25% asphalt by total weight of the shingle. The asphalt binder in RAS is generally much stiffer than conventional paving asphalts due

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ASPHALT ANSWERS Roads Bridges

Dec 28, 2000  roofing-shingle manufacturing. Most of the waste-roofing material is currently disposed of in landfills at a cost ranging from $18­p;$45 per ton. Roofing shingles contain a substantial amount of asphalt cement binder (about 30% in organic shingles and 20% in fiberglass shingles). Therefore, the use of roofing shingles in HMA will reduce the ...

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Recycled Asphalt Shingles and Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement ...

The National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA) says use of RAS is a win-win for all parties, including the environment. The high asphalt content of shingles allows significant quantities of virgin asphalt binder to be replaced in HMA, which conserves resources and lowers costs. Recycling asphalt shingles that otherwise would be landfilled

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Asphalt Roofing Shingles - Texas Department of Transportation

Each year, U.S. shingle manufacturers and roofers generate more than 11 million tons of asphalt shingle scrap, primarily removed from roof tops. TxDOT, contractors, manufacturers, roofers and builders share a common interest in blending recycled asphalt shingles (RAS) into asphalt pavement created by: the huge quantity of scrap material

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Chapter Two - Roofing Shingles Recycled Materials and ...

TABlE 58 ASTM AND AASHTO TEST METHODS USED TO EVAlUATE ROOFING SHINGlE ByPRODUCTS AND HIGHWAy APPlICATION PRODUCTS Test Method Title AASHTO TP2 Method for the quantitative extraction and recove ry of asphalt binder from hot mix asphalt (HMA) AASHTO T321 Standard test method for determining the re silient modulus of bituminous mixtures by ...

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Asphalt Roofing Shingles Into Energy Project Summary ...

Apr 28, 2008  Based on a widely cited September, 1999 report by the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources, nearly 11 million tons of asphalt roofing shingle wastes are produced in the United States each year. Recent data suggests that the total is made up of about 9.4 million tons from roofing

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From roof to road: Using recycled asphalt shingles in ...

Jun 19, 2012  From roof to road: Using recycled asphalt shingles in roadbuilding. To ensure a pavement mix using recycled asphalt shingles (RAS) isn’t too soft, all mixes in

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Shingles in Paving Demonstration Project Final Report ...

Asphalt shingles are used as a roofing material, and they are the most popular type of residential shingle used today. In the U.S., 80% of homes are roofed with asphalt shingles, resulting in over 12.5 billion square feet of asphalt shingle products manufactured annually. Processing

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Field test the end-product applications of TOSS

Asphalt roofing shingles are composed of asphalt binder and high quality ceramic aggregate, similar in nature to hot mix asphalt (HMA). It seems reasonable that post-consumer shingle material, otherwise known as tear-off shingle scraps or TOSS, could be added to HMA as a beneficial use application. In fact, scrap shingle material from shingle ...

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BY BRIAN A. GUTOWSKI, P.E. EMMET COUNTY ROAD

Asphalt Performance Grade 58-28. Recycled Asphalt Materials shall not contribute more than 25% by weight (mass) of the total binder content. Recycled Asphalt Shingles Maximum of 5% of binder replacement. 100% passing 1/2 “ and 90% passing #4. Recycled shingles added by dedicated feed bin, no mixing in a stockpile allowed.

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NCAT Report 19-01 PRELIMINARY EVALUATION OF RECYCLED ...

for using RAS in asphalt mixtures. Recent research studies have shown that PC shingles can contain 30-36% asphalt binder (on average) while MW shingles have closer to 19-20% (7). 1.2 Field Trials and Performance While laboratory performance is a critical component of understanding how new asphalt

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Acceptable Uses for Recycled Asphalt Roofing in

The use of recycled asphalt roofing in loose form may present risks. Humans may inhale, ingest or absorb asphalt roofing particles and its contaminants. Wind or precipitation may carry the material into water sources. As a result, Ecology expects a recycler of asphalt roofing to obtain

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Asphalt Shingle Recycling - Boulder County

Avoid Greenhouse Gas emissions. A life-cycle analysis of asphalt pavement (Environmental Road of the Future, COLAS group, September 2002) indicates 27,000 pounds of carbon dioxide are avoided on a typical paving project, by using 5 percent shingles in place of virgin asphalt binder. Improved road

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MIXING and COMPACTION RECOMMENDATIONS for WARM

The use of recycled asphalt shingles (RAS) is an attractive option for asphalt mixture producers due to the high amount of recycled asphalt binder available in RAS. By weight, RAS contains 10 to 25% asphalt by total weight of the shingle. The asphalt binder in RAS is generally much stiffer than conventional paving asphalts due

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Shingles in Hot-mix Asphalt Pavements

The Texas Transportation Institute (TTI) conducted study 0-1344 "Roofing Shingles and Toner in Asphalt Pavement", for TxDOT, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) to evaluate the inclusion of roofing shingles from manufacturing and consumer waste streams in hot-mix asphalt.

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HEALTH EFFECTS OF OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE TO ASPHALT

associated with occupations that involve the use of roofing and paving asphalts and asphalt-based paints. Asphalt is a dark brown to black, cementlike semisolid or solid produced by the nondestructive distillation of crude oil during petroleum refining. The three major types of asphalt products are

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