STP Published: 1993

Use of Waste Materials in Hot-Mix Asphalt

Editor(s): H F waller

Examines the pros and cons of using waste materials in the production of hot-mix asphalt. 17 peer-reviewed papers relate how waste materials should be processed and handled; how various waste materials can be physically added to the asphalt mix; the effects on mix properties and performance; and the resultant cost increase in the finished product. In 7 sections:

• Philosophy and Use of Waste Materials

• Tire Rubber

• Glass

• Ash

• Roofing Shingles

• Petroleum Contaminated Soils

• Polyethylene Waste.

A valuable resource for those who are planning to use any type of waste product as one of the component materials in the production of hot mix asphalt.

Table of Contents

PS Kandhal

SK Ciesielski, RJ Collins

S Shuler, C Estakhri

KR Hansen, G Anderton

V Aurilio, DF Lynch, RP Northwood

RC West, GC Page, KH Murphy

RW Styron, FH Gustin, TL Viness

DE Newcomb, M Stroup-Gardiner, BM Weikle, A Drescher

KF Grzybowski

NJ Meegoda, RT Mueller, D-R Huang, BH DuBose, Y Chen, K-Y Chuang

Z-Z Liang, RT Woodhams, ZN Wang, BF Harbinson

DN Little

SN Amirkhanian

FM Bayomy, GD Carraux

JR Lundy, RG Hicks, H Zhou

MA Khatri, DF Martinez, FM Bayomy, JA Salter, WT Tang

GR Morris

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Developed by Committee: D04
Pages: 310
DOI: 10.1520/STP1193-EB
ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5245-8
ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1881-2