Recycling of asphalt pavement can save money for local governments and other purchasers, create additional business opportunities, conserve diminishing resources of aggregates and petroleum products, and help local governments meet the goal of reducing disposal.
Recycling concrete and asphalt can be very beneficial. Recycling can prolong the life of current landfills.
Contractors can save money using recycled stone and aggregate materials on the jobsite.
According to the CMRA, 140 million tons of C&D (concrete & demolition products) are recycled yearly.
In 2011 alone, recycling America's roads saved about 21.2 million barrels of liquid asphalt binder worth some $2.2 billion.
The asphalt industry initiated recycling long before legislation encouraged or required it.
The industry saves taxpayers over $300 million a year by recycling asphalt pavements. A recent national study found that asphalt is one of the most recycled products in the United States.
Concrete and Asphalt Recycling Center - Serving customers in the cities of Utah County including Alpine,
American Fork, Cedar Fort Town, Cedar Hills, Draper, Eagle Mountain, Elk Ridge,
Highland, Lehi, Lindon, Mapleton, Orem, Payson, Pleasant Grove, Provo, Salem,
Santaquin, Saratoga Springs, Spanish Fork, Springville, Vineyard Town, Woodland