Recycled Asphalt from your Baltimore Asphalt Contractor

Reliable_Mar4Did you know that asphalt is one of the greenest materials around? Asphalt pavement and reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) DO NOT leach petroleum into the earth. Asphalt has a small carbon footprint. And asphalt’s smooth surface helps save fuel.

Did you also know that asphalt is one of the most recycled products in the country? In fact, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) promotes the use of recycled asphalt in the construction of roadways to help reduce waste, preserve the environment, and also reduce construction costs. Because of this, asphalt recycling is a common practice within the asphalt industry.

  1. Inclusion of removed/recycled asphalt chunks into a new batch of hot mix asphalt.
  2. Milling an asphalt surface and recycling it immediately for an overlay.

“Asphalt is a 100% recyclable material,” said Dr. Zhanping You, P.E., Ph.D., professor of transportation engineering and materials at Michigan Technological University. “Asphalt is the most recycled material in the United States.”

Using 100% recycled asphalt for asphalt paving and repairs is a cost effective solution for homeowners, property managers, and business owners.

Reliable Contracting: Recycled Asphalt from your Baltimore Asphalt Contractor

At Reliable Contracting, a full-service commercial and residential asphalt contractor, we have always been an innovator in the use of recycled materials, from the burning recycled oil for fuel to the production of glassphalt paving mixes to recycling asphalt and concrete for base materials.

If you have any questions about Asphalt Pavement or if you have a construction project that you need completed right the first time, please contact Reliable Contracting, Anne Arundel County’s largest site-work contractor, by calling 410-987-0313 or visit our website. Reliable Contracting now boasts more than 400 employees, 100 trucks and 250 pieces of earthmoving equipment!

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