Using Recycled Ground Tire Rubber in Highway
Construction and Maintenance
This webinar will discuss the innovative use of recycled ground tire rubber (GTR) in highway construction and maintenance projects-particularly in hot asphalt mixes. An expert in the development application of asphalt-based materials will discuss his experiences and resulting benefits with using recycled rubber in asphalt.
Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Time: 1:30-2:45PM EST
Greg Brouse, Quality and Process Manager, Eastern Industries, Winfield PA
Topic Subject Matter - Use of Recycled Rubber in Asphalt Mixes
Technical Complexity - Moderate
Greg Brouse is the Process and Quality Manager of Eastern Industries Mining Division based in Winfield PA. He has over 35 years experience in the production and control of hot mix asphalt (HMA) and related products. His passion in experimenting and inventive ideology has led his team in designing numerous products and techniques to benefit the HMA industry. Among those efforts include countless projects utilizing ground tire rubber (GTR), which has ultimately led to adoption of a specification for use Pennsylvania - the main state of his company's operations. Other innovations by his team include a patented fatigue testing device (FAT), a pre-placement acceptance technique called "Real Time Voids" and a warm mix asphalt foam system called "Smartfoam".
This Webinar Series is a partnership between National Recycling Coalition and the Pennsylvania Recycling Markets Center (PARMC) in delivering innovative programming to those who are seeking
integrated opportunities for materials management.
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