Rubber Modified Asphalt Workshop

Every year almost 300 million scrap tires are generated in the United States. One of the most beneficial uses involves producing Ground Tire Rubber (GTR) from scrap tires and using the GTR to create Rubber-Modified Asphalt (RMA). RMA has been used in the U.S. since the 1960s, but extensive market adoption is yet to occur, although use of rubber modified asphalt has increased approximately 50% since 2017. Depending on the application, one lane mile can use up to 2,000 scrap tires.

On December 13 from 1-4 pm ET, join SERDC and USTMA as they host a webinar to discuss performance, economic and environmental benefits of using rubber modified asphalt. In addition, this workshop will:

  • Inform decision makers of the current status of this technology
  • Discuss barriers to its use and the opportunities to overcome them including
  • Lack of Specifications
  • Lack of experience in market
  • And discuss how state DOT’s can change regulations to allow the use of rubber modified asphalt

Wondering if this webinar is for you? The ideal attendee may work in one of the following industries:

  • State DOT pavement engineers, and asphalt contractors
  • State legislative transportation committee staff
  • Transportation planners and associations
  • Asphalt User/Producer Groups and State Asphalt Pavement Association(s), roadbuilders associations
  • Environmental Agencies, the Recycling Community and local recycling associations

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