We appreciate your interest. At Road Surface Recycling Inc. our 100% Hot In-place Recycled Asphalt Paving technology allows for 30-50% financial savings compared to conventional paving. In turn, provides more road kilometers to be paved for the same tax budgeted dollars. We want to thank you for checking us out, below are a few key points as to why we are:
Stronger, Faster, Cleaner and much Greener!
We are the environmental choice in Hot In place Recycled Paving Contractors!
Are you ready to make a positive change for your community county/municipality?
Climate Change is real, and we need to do our part to save what resources we have left for future generations. We are here to say that there is technology to build Stronger, Faster, Greener and Cleaner roads!
The RSR Hot In-Place Recycling (HIPR) process far exceeds the current way roads are paved today and we have been at for more than 20+ years paving contractor experience. We are not here to replace conventional paving, we an additional tool in the toolbox of your infrastructure road engineers, when resurfacing.
Now is the time to consider what many are calling the roads of the future, because they last well into the future and cost half the price!
With the Paris Climate Agreement in place, we need to step up and make sure we embrace hot in place recycled technology that can significantly reduce Greenhouse Gasses. Here is the Canada's Mid Century Long Term Strategy, we need to let our government leaders know we want to embrace HIPR technology. http://unfccc.int/files/focus/long-term_strategies/application/pdf/canadas_mid-century_long-term_strategy.pdf
Do you want to pave more kilometers with the same tax dollars and cut greenhouse gasses?
Meetings with all the key departments is critical and we all need to work together to make changes. If requesting a meeting and presentation, be sure to invite the following department heads or a representative to the presentation:
Our record speaks for itself....LONGEVITY
We are proud to say this is our 25th Year of Hot In-place Recycled Asphalt Paving Jobs! Jobs list, many roads still in service 15 to 20 years later. We need to implement HIR into every municipality speck as an option.
Involves milling, mining & paving....this process can take anywhere between 3 to 14 days over a period of one month for a finished product in many cases. Below are the basic steps, we will be happy to plan a lunch & learn or visit your roads. Contact us today for a Presentation on the conventional paving process vs. the 100% Hot In-Place Recycled Asphalt Paving process.
2. Trucking RAP to pile
3. Sweeping & Clean-up
4. Quarry Blasting & Crushing
5. Trucking Aggregates
6. RAP Crushing & Screening
7. Asphalt Plant Produced HMA
8. Trucking HMA to site
9. Tacking milled surface
10. Paving Operation Roadside
To put this into perspective first we moved 36,760 mt of grindings from the old road. Then 24,650 tons from the Quarry to the asphalt plant. And finally, the plant has to produce and haul 36,760 mt tons of new HMA back to the original job, all ruining the good roads. Ultimately, we must move 98,170 mt to replace the original 36,760 mt .
100% Hot In-place Recycling moves NO aggregates. Hot In place Recycled asphalt would eliminate the enormous amount of trucking needed on our already existing roads and help fight against global warming.
Hot In-place Recycling can aid in all these issues:
Rutgers University. "Keeping roads in good shape reduces greenhouse gas emissions: Delaying pavement maintenance boosts emissions and costs." ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 15 January 2019. <www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/01/190115124451.htm>.
"Cement trucks move in and out of a construction site on St. Clair Ave. W. near Christie St. Cement is an ingredient in concrete, which is indispensable but harming our planet. Scientists, lawmakers and industry are trying to figure out how to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions."
Courtesy of The Star CANADA Online Article:
We depend on cement — but it’s harming our planet. So, what now? by Donovan Vincent- Sept. 21, 2019 https://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2019/09/21/solidifying-our-relationship-with-cement-a-major-source-of-greenhouse-gas.html
Climate change: The massive CO2 emitter you may not know about. By Lucy Rodgers of the BBC News Ref Article: https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-46455844
In 2015, the transportation sector was the second largest source of GHG emissions, accounting for 24% of total national emissions, with 96% from passenger and freight vehicles. To advance technologies that have the potential to either penetrate or initiate step-wise change by removing barriers (e.g. technical, cost, and social) to adoption of cleaner energy transportation solutions globally. We need to make changes today! Ref: https://www.nrcan.gc.ca/energy-innovation-program-breakthrough-energy-solutions-canada/21930
Time to select a paving contractor that takes climate change seriously.
100% Hot In-Place Recycling (HIPR) is one multifunction step. We do all six functions below at the same time! This process eliminates the milled, tack surface being exposed to traffic, has no RAP waste and there is no traffic congestion due to trucking back and forth to the asphalt plants. Not to mention the benefits gained for the environment. We cut CO2 by 70% and pave more road kilometers for the same tax dollars. It's time to do what's right for the environment and the Taxpayer.
And at the end of every day we provide a finished product that is ready to be driven on.
• Hot In place recycled materials are subjected to the HMA quality control standards that ensures the HIR asphalt product meets mix design criteria and standard HMA specifications.
• All tests are performed on the Recycled Mix placed on the road after processing. This is called end result testing.
• The AC is extracted and tested after processing.
Note: Airport, highway, county and city roads are all viable applications for HIR process. Call today to set up a road ride assessment to see if your roads are an applicable project. We would welcome the opportunity to be your eco-friendly partner and paving contractor on the next job!