• 1 Investigation of Mechanisms Behind Asphalt Pavement Surface Cracking
  • 2 Pollution Liability Issues for the C&D Recycler
  • 3 Ceiling Tile Recovery Marks 15 Years
  • 4 Leveling the Playing Field on OSHA Employee Interviews
  • 5 Years of Success: Shingles in the Roadways
  • 6 Test Results from Using RAS and Rap on a County Road

Industry News

  • Call for Papers for 7th Shingle Recycling Forum

    The Seventh Shingle Recycling Forum will take place October 29-30, 2015, near Chicago’s O’Hare Airport. The popular forum, which serves as the gathering place for the shingle recycling industry, will include a tour of a shingle recycling facility and a hot mix asphalt plant using the recycled shingles.

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  • ReEnergy Promotes Leahy, Buckley

    Gregory Leahey has been named chief operating office of the Fuel and Waste Services Division of ReEnergy Holdings. Leahey, a founder of ReEnergy, previously served as the company’s senior vice president for asset management.

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  • World of Asphalt, AGG1 2015 Will Be Held March 17-19

    Momentum continues to build for the 2015 World of Asphalt and AGG1 exhibitions. Attendees will find new and expanded industry education sessions, and co-located industry meetings will boost show networking opportunities.

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  • C&D White Paper Now Available to CDRA Members

    A construction and demolition (C&D) white paper that describes the economic impact and environmental benefits of C&D recycling is now available to Construction & Demolition Recycling Association (CDRA) members. More than 70% of the C&D material generated in the United States is recycled, according to a newly released report from the CDRA. The area of landfill avoided by recycling this amount of C&D is annually equivalent to more than 440 acres at a waste depth of 50 ft. In addition, C&D, which includes concrete, asphalt, wood, drywall, metals, asphalt shingles, and many other materials generated during road, bridge, and building projects, is created at a rate of approximately 480 million tons per year, making it the largest individual waste stream in the country.

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  • CDRA Awards Deadline is Soon

    January 15 is the deadline for this year’s nominations to be received for the Construction and Demolition Recycling Association Awards, including C&D Recycler of the Year and the C&D Hall of Fame. This prestigious recognition for excellence will be awarded during a special breakfast at C&D World 2015, the Annual Meeting of the CDRA, March 29-31 in Nashville.

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  • EPA Says Recycling Coal Ash OK

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently announced rules on coal ash disposal that deemed the material non-hazardous, preventing a nightmare scenario for recyclers of concrete and drywall. The Construction and Demolition Recycling Association was active in advocating on behalf of C&D recyclers to make sure those materials could continue to be recycled without extraordinary measures needing to be taken.

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  • DCT Meets UL Standards

    Dust Control Technology (DCT) announced that the company’s most established core products have been certified as meeting Underwriters Laboratories (UL) and Canadian Standards Association (CSA) standards. After a lengthy testing phase, three direct-drive designs from DCT have been certified for the U.S. and Canada: the DustBoss DB-30, DB-45 and DB-60. They are believed to be the first atomized misting units for dust control to earn the recognition, according to the company.

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