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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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Utilizing recycled asphalt shingle into pavement by ...

2019-11-1  3. Objective and scope. The objective of this study is to investigate the feasibility of using a new approach to recycle asphalt shingles into asphalt mixtures, in which the RAS binder was separated out of the rest of RAS material by a dissolve and extraction process and used as common asphalt.

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Recycled Asphalt Shingles in Asphalt Pavements

2021-8-31  Incorporating waste shingles into asphalt pavement can also yield positive results on PG graded binders. Along with this, Krivit (2010) shows how the high temperature grade of the virgin asphalt binder is improved by adding shingles to a mixture, but the low temperature grade is

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Using recycled asphalt shingles in asphalt pavements ...

The use of recycled asphalt shingles (RAS) in asphalt pavement throughout the U.S. is steadily increasing. Using RAS saves money, conserves resources and can produce good quality pavements. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, approximately 11 million tons of asphalt roofing shingles are disposed of each year.

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Using Shingles In Pavement: Selected Research Roofs to

2017-2-23  properties of hot mix asphalt with 3, 5 and 7 percent shingles are not significantly different from the properties of conventional hot mix asphalt used for surface courses. Mixes with 5 and 7% shingles show significantly lower rutting potential compared to mix without any shingles. Using Shingles In Pavement: Selected Research

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Recycled Roof Shingles Asphalt Pavement Association of ...

2021-9-13  Today, shingles are recycled back into asphalt mixes, thus, shrinking landfill space can be saved by using waste shingles in asphalt mixtures. Asphalt roofing shingles constitute nearly two-thirds of the roofing market for both new homes and roof replacements. Roof installation generates an estimated 10 million tons of shingle tear-off waste ...

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Using recycled shingles in HMA Asphalt magazine

The recent Missouri DOT showcase, “Utilization of Recycled Asphalt Shingles in Hot Mix Asphalt,” drew nearly 150 participants from 22 states and Canada. Interest in using asphalt shingles will increase as the cost of highway construction rises and the awareness of shingles as a

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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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Roofing 101 – Part Two Asphalt magazine

Roofing 101 – Part Two. The basics of asphalt used in roofing. Putting roofing asphalt to the test. By Mike Anderson, P.E. In the first article, we discussed the history of asphalt roofing and the make-up of composition roofing systems (shingles). To reset the stage, the roofing market is divided into two general categories: steep-slope and ...

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Application of a bio-binder as a rejuvenator for wet ...

2015-7-1  The neat asphalt binder used in this study was Superpave PG 64-22, which is commonly used across the United States. The asphalt roofing shingles used for this study were Tear-Off Scrap Shingles (TOSS) donated by S.T. Wooten’s Quality Control lab located in Sanford, NC. The initial asphalt shingle particle size varied from 12.5 mm to 19.00 mm ...

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Recycled Roof Shingles Asphalt Pavement Association of ...

2021-9-13  Today, shingles are recycled back into asphalt mixes, thus, shrinking landfill space can be saved by using waste shingles in asphalt mixtures. Asphalt roofing shingles constitute nearly two-thirds of the roofing market for both new homes and roof replacements. Roof installation generates an estimated 10 million tons of shingle tear-off waste ...

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Use of asphalt roofing shingle waste in HMA Request PDF

Recently, using tear-off asphalt roofing shingles in pavement systems have gained large amount of attention by transportation agencies. Beneficial use of tear-off shingle as road construction ...

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Using Shingles In Pavement: Selected Research Roofs to

2017-2-23  properties of hot mix asphalt with 3, 5 and 7 percent shingles are not significantly different from the properties of conventional hot mix asphalt used for surface courses. Mixes with 5 and 7% shingles show significantly lower rutting potential compared to mix without any shingles. Using Shingles In Pavement: Selected Research

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Wet Process for Recycling Asphalt Shingle in Asphalt Binder

Ground asphalt shingles are treated as a binder component instead of as an aggregate component. The recycled asphalt shingles that are blended with virgin binder in a wet process act both as a partial binder replacement and as a binder extender due to the presence of

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

2015-8-31  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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Best Practices for RAP and RAS Management

2020-8-27  This document covers the current best practices for management of reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) and reclaimed asphalt shingles (RAS) as of 2015. The goal of this guide is to facilitate the most effective utilization of RAP as a component in asphalt paving mixtures.

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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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Recycling Asphalt Shingles Is Both Economical and Eco ...

2021-9-23  Recycling Asphalt Shingles Is Both Economical and Eco-Friendly. September 23, 2021. Over the years, due to the massive amounts of waste produced, especially in the industrial sector, the availability of landfills has decreased, and their usage costs have increased. If we consider the roofing industry, we produce millions of tonnes of asphalt ...

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Recycling Reusing Asphalt Shingles A. Clark Roofing ...

2018-4-9  Recycling asphalt shingles and using them in road paving helps to divert some of this waste away from the landfill. This provides an excellent way to continue using the asphalt after it has served its purpose as a roofing material rather than simply throwing it away.

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Application of a bio-binder as a rejuvenator for wet ...

2015-7-1  The neat asphalt binder used in this study was Superpave PG 64-22, which is commonly used across the United States. The asphalt roofing shingles used for this study were Tear-Off Scrap Shingles (TOSS) donated by S.T. Wooten’s Quality Control lab located in Sanford, NC. The initial asphalt shingle particle size varied from 12.5 mm to 19.00 mm ...

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Wet Process for Recycling Asphalt Shingle in Asphalt Binder

Ground asphalt shingles are treated as a binder component instead of as an aggregate component. The recycled asphalt shingles that are blended with virgin binder in a wet process act both as a partial binder replacement and as a binder extender due to the presence of

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Use of asphalt roofing shingle waste in HMA Request PDF

Recently, using tear-off asphalt roofing shingles in pavement systems have gained large amount of attention by transportation agencies. Beneficial use of tear-off shingle as road construction ...

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Shingles in Paving Project: Paving Demonstration

2016-6-22  HMA paving applications as the most promising end use for this material. The benefits of using RAS in HMA include increased resistance to rutting, increased diversion from landfills, reduced greenhouse gas emissions, and reduced paving costs resulting from replacing virgin asphalt binder in HMA with recycled asphalt binder generated from RAS.

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Effect of Recovered Binders from Recycled Shingles and ...

2016-1-6  Reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP), recycled asphalt shingles (RAS), recycled binder, performance grade 18. Distribution Statement No restriction. This document is available to the public through the National Technical Information Service 5285 Port Royal Road Springfield VA 22161 19. Security Classif.(of this report) Unclassified 19. Security ...

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Liquid Asphalts and Their Uses - Purdue University

2020-10-13  and binder for penetrative treatments, and coating of sun-warmed ag­ gregates in road-mix operations. It was found to be very satisfactory for some of the needs and has proved to be a valuable addition to the group of asphalt road materials. As a binder in paving mixtures it is best

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Asphalt Safety and Best Practices Prism Risk Control

2015-2-18  Asphalt Safety and Best Practices Introduction Asphalt is a strong adhesive used for road paving, roofing tar, roll-roofing, roofing felt, shingles, pipe covering, floor tile, waterproofing, and many other products and processes. Asphalt is a dark brown or black substance derived from crude oil.

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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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Recycling Reusing Asphalt Shingles A. Clark Roofing ...

2018-4-9  Recycling asphalt shingles and using them in road paving helps to divert some of this waste away from the landfill. This provides an excellent way to continue using the asphalt after it has served its purpose as a roofing material rather than simply throwing it away.

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ASPHALT SHINGLE PRODUCTS - CertainTeed

2019-1-24  sumer that its asphalt roofing shingles will be free from manufacturing defects for the length of time specified in the table above, and that CertainTeed will repair or replace any shingles proven to be defective under the terms of this warranty. However, CertainTeed reserves the right to clean the algae stains from the shingle rather

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