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Federal Highway & Recycling. Now and the Future! 3rd Asphalt Shingle Recycling Forum. Gary White Resource Center Operations Manager 19900 Governors Drive Suite 301 Olympia Fields, IL 60461 (708) 283-3507 Gary.White@dot.gov. Forum sponsors and exhibitors . Owens Corning

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federal highway recycling

Federal Highway & Recycling

Now and the Future!

3rd Asphalt Shingle Recycling Forum

Gary White Resource Center Operations Manager19900 Governors Drive Suite 301Olympia Fields, IL 60461(708) 283-3507Gary.White@dot.gov

forum sponsors and exhibitors
Forum sponsors and exhibitors

Owens Corning

Asphalt Roofing Manufacturers Association

National Roofing Contractors Association

Recycling Processing and Equipment, Inc.

Asphalt Pavement Alliance

Bandit Industries, Inc.

RotoChopper, Inc.

RMRC Uni. of NH & Uni. of WI at Madison

Paragon Resource Management

Peterson Corporation - an Astec Industries Co.

Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

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key points 0f fhwa recycling policy
Key Points 0f FHWA Recycling Policy
  • Recycled materials should get first consideration in overall materials selection.
  • Recycling can offer engineering, economic and environmental benefits.
  • Engineering and environmental properties are important.
  • Life Cycle Cost benefits assessment is warranted.
  • Restrictions prohibiting recycled material that are without technical basis should be removed.
fhwa recycling happens how
FHWA–Recycling Happens – How?
  • FHWA recognizes the need to increase our highway industry's overall use of recycled materials
    • By better exchange of technology/info
    • Workshops – like this!!
  • Forge true partnerships among government, industry, and academia
  • Strengthen the relationship between FHWA and the US. Environmental Protection Agency and Owner Agencies.
partners in recycling
Partners in Recycling
  • NAPA
  • NCAT
  • ARRA
  • ACPA
  • AASHTO
  • US EPA
  • IRC
  • RMRC
  • FP2
  • NOSAJ
falcon environmental stewardship objectives
FALCON – Environmental Stewardship Objectives

Recycled Materials – The use of recycled highway materials in pavement construction, rehabilitation, preservation, and maintenance is maximized to the extent economical and practical with equal or improved performance.

Re-Use – The use of consumer, industrial, agricultural, or energy co-products in pavements and pavement-related materials is optimized to the extent economical and practical with equal or improved performance.

falcon environmental stewardship objectives1
FALCON – Environmental Stewardship Objectives

Environmental Innovations – The highway industry utilizes innovative technologies which are environmentally-sound and applies sustainable approaches to pavement design and material selections, construction, preservation, and maintenance.

Workforce Capability - The highway industry workforce is well-trained, well-connected, qualified, and experienced to conduct environmentally-sound paving and material practices.

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Perception needs continuous change

  • NOT MSW, NOT GARBAGE
  • Industrial By-products are:
    • Fly ash from coal combustion
    • Slag aggregate from iron/steel production
  • Products are recyclable materials
    • Fly ash in concrete
    • Slag cement
    • Rubberized asphalt
  • NOT Linear Landfill – NOT WASTE
fhwa environmental stewardship team
FHWA Environmental Stewardship Team

Capt. Jason Harrington

Capt. Steve Mueller PMTST

Sec: Eric Weaver HRDI

Gina Ahlstrom HIPT

Chris Newman HIAM

Mike Arasteh PMTST

Connie Hill Galloway HEP

Patricia Cazenas HEP

Jeff Lewis C&PMTST

Ernie Bastian HRDI

Brad Neitzke FLHD

Jason Dietz CA Div

Bryan Cawley UT Div

Audrey Copeland HIPT

Darrin Grenfell TX Div

John Sager US EPA

Brian Smith ENVTST

Kathleen Bergeron (Marketing Specialist)

thank you for the lend of your ears
Thank You for the Lend of Your Ears!!
  • Jason Harrington
  • FHWA
  • 202-366-1576
  • Jason.Harrington@dot.gov