Hot and cold in-place asphalt pavement recycling will be in the spotlight at the 2nd International & Western States In-Place Recycling Conference in suburban Denver, Oct. 19-20, 2016.
The Oct. 20 in-place recycling conference will follow the 25th meeting of the Rocky Mountain Asphalt User/Producer Group Oct. 19, and will build on progress at a similar recycling workshop held in October 2014 in Colorado. It will be held at the Inverness Hotel & Conference Center, Englewood, Colo., and will be preceded by a golf tournament Oct. 18.
The 2016 conference will highlight research efforts initiated at the 2014 conference, and will focus on current best practice for cold central plant recycling (CCPR), cold in-place recycing (CIR), full-depth reclamation (FDR), and hot in-place recycing (HIR); domestic and international techniques; pavement structural and mix design; performance data and lessons learned; life cycle costing and environmental sustainability; and tools to take home to make your next in-place job the best.
Presentations will include low temperature cracking, polymers in micro surfacing, use of re‐refined engine oil bottoms (REOB) and vacuum tower asphalt extenders (VTAE), improved durability by increasing density, engineered emulsions for recycling, cold central plant recycling, and mix and structural designs.
For more information, please visit rockymountainasphalt.com or call 303.471.6286.