Recent years have brought a renewed focus on eco-friendly means of building infrastructure. Husky Asphalt and the asphalt industry actively plan to meet the challenge of environmental stewardship.
Asphalt is 100% recyclable: lowers industrial waste, reduces the impact of materials transportation and conserves limited natural resources.
- lowers industrial waste
- reduces the impact of materials transportation
- conserves limited natural resources
When looking for a method to reduce your environmental footprint, reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) is the best-known solution for road building today.
RAP allows for existing asphalt to be used as aggregate. In-place recycling decreases construction costs, reduces the need for removal and transportation of materials, and lowers the need to purchase new aggregate materials as well as asphalt binders.
Increase your use of RAP with RAP Max™
According to a study presented at the 2019 AAPT Conference, Husky’s uniquely soft asphalt binder allows for the use of higher percentages of recycled asphalt materials while still preserving your road’s durability.
Ultimately, Husky’s RAP products build better roads, at a lower cost, with fewer environmental impacts.