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The Transportation Research Board Meeting is happening tomorrow! This meeting is sharing critical information about how to extend our road "life-cycles" with Alberta bitumen, because the asphalt cements currently being used today are failing prematurly. The knowledge and technology that is scientificly backed research on how to build roads that last 20 plus years will be shared at this event. The research validates it is possible and can be done. This will allow for better assest management of the taxpayers moneis to extend road life cycles, like the roads used to in the past, until the REOB's (recycled engine oil bottoms) and polymer binder era was implemented. https://lnkd.in/gbTDyU_G
RSR IN THE NEWS...
Mixing old with new, crews in Greater Sudbury are repairing the city’s roads using a process calls hot-in-place paving.
The process requires old pavement first be softened with heat. It's scraped from the roadway and then milled and mixed with a rejuvenator using equipment on-site.
The recycled mix is then placed on the road surface.
"We are able to completely reuse the existing material that is on the roadway," said Michael Schmidt, a technical
coordinator with Road Surfacing Recycling.
Ontario Minister of Transportation Hon. Caroline Mulroney shared a candid, unrehearsed, conversation with author, journalist and producer Steve Paikin about the crucial role Ontario’s transportation infrastructure plays in the economic success of the country throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
The session took place during the Ontario Road Builders’ Association’s (ORBA) 94th annual convention
COVID-19 and the industry- When asked if the road construction industry in this province needs government assistance during the COVID period, Mulroney said...
The MTO 2003-6020 Hwy 17A Kenora By Pass HIR project was completed by RSR in 2003 and provided 17 Years of performance for the North West Ontario Region. We are proud of our efforts and our role in producing one of the longest performing HIR projects in the world to date.
We have and are working with many municipalities to help resurface more roads, with their ever-decreasing road maintenance budget.
Counties, Regions, Municipalities, Cities and Towns spend vast amounts of tax dollars on the roads we travel and are to be considered an asset.
We are proud to share that we are a member of the OGRA. The inclusion of 100% Hot In-place Recycling in the Conference, showed that we are here to stay. We appreciate all those who visited our booth and we look forward to working with many of you, in the coming years.
Fact is we need to save Tax Dollars. With the spending during the Covid-19 Pandemic, more than ever we need to utilize the ways in which our government and municipalities can help offset the past years COVID spending that was not budgeted for, but needed!
Working together to achieve and attain the GHG emission targets for set for Canada within the Paris Climate Agreement.
Road Surface Recycling's VP of Research, Development & Operations enlightened all in attendance with his presentation at the 2020 OGRA Show.
How the HIR process can replace the conventional milling and paving method currently used when resurfacing the existing top 50mm of an aged and worn road surface
Details on the process of HIR and how it minimizes both the environmental and the tax burden
He discussed how standard resurfacing methods and their associated costs become obsolete, when HIR is a viable option
The Climate Action Summit brought together more than 65 Heads of State and Government as well as leaders of sub-national governments and the private sector. Announcements made during the day included commitments by 77 countries, ten regions and over 100 cities to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
The panel also concluded there's a better than 95 percent probability that human-produced greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide have caused much of the observed increase in Earth's temperatures over the past 50 years.
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A short 3 minute video showing what Global Warming is doing to our earth. We cannot ignore the effect we as humans are having on the ecosystem of the world. We can do our part and start to Recycle. We are 100% Hot In-place Road Surface Recycling. We reduce the need for non-renewable materials & additional quarry damage/blasting, trucking which ruins our current roads, and we produce
75% less GHG's overall. We are building roads for future generations.