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Cold In-Place Recycling

A Rejuvenated Roadway

Our industrial Cold In-Place Recycling process provides a fast, economical and environmental solution for pavement rehabilitation. Among the benefits:

  • rejuvenate the aged binder in the existing pavement; and
  • creates a new homogeneous layer of pavement material that reduces the reappearance of cracks (reflective cracking) and reinforces the road structure at the same time.

Convenient for Local Residents and Users

This technique allows fast pavement rehabilitation, thereby reducing inconveniences to residents and travelling public.

Our compact machine completes the entire job in one working pass and offers the flexibility to recycle individual traffic lanes with less disruption.

Highly Favourable Environmental Record

Our innovative, one-step process boasts a highly favourable energy and environmental record. As well as its technical performance, it lengthens the life cycle of materials by reusing them, it reduces greenhouse gas emissions considerably and it minimizes the energy consumption normally used for the:

  • Evacuation of non-reused materials
  • Manufacture of new materials
  • Transport of the various ingredients

Energy & Greenhouse Gas

Benchmarking activities

  • life cycle analysis tools
  • cradle-to-grave

Efficient techniques

  • recycling
  • emulsion related techniques
  • in-place processes

Characteristics & Benefits

Benefits

  • excellent long term performance
  • reduce cost of pavement rehabilitation
  • minimized impact on the environment

Energy savings

  • no heating of material required
  • no haulage of material on or off site required

Principle of in-place recycling

  • the top layers of the existing pavement become a source of aggregate and binder that may be reused to create a new pavement layer

Equipment

Recycling equipment

  • wide variety of recycling train
  • grouping of functions
  • reclamation, sizing, mixing and placement
  • one-unit, two-unit or multi-unit recycling trains

Compactors

  • vibratory
  • rubber roller 

Pavers

  • conventional
  • tamper-bar screed