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recycled asphalt shingle uses and markets

recycled asphalt shingle uses and markets

Recycled Asphalt Shingle Uses and Markets

Jan 20, 2020  Markets for recycled asphalt shingles include existing early-stage markets such as hot-mix asphalt and cold patch, as well as other emerging and potential markets. Two million tons of recycled asphalt shingle material was utilized in payment across the U.S. in 2015, saving taxpayers $2.6 billion, according to one report.

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Economics and Markets for Recycling Asphalt Shingles

Recycling of asphalt shingles are estimated to have economic benefits as well. The use of grounded recycled asphalt shingles (RAS) in hot mix asphalt (HMA) is by far the most popular method of recycling. This is in part due to the asphalt and aggregate content of RAS and state highway agencies including RAS use in mix specifications [1].

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Finding markets for recycled roof shingles Asphalt magazine

Finding markets for recycled roof shingles. When it comes to recycling/repurposing asphalt roof shingles and production scraps, the roofing and asphalt industries have put their money where their mouths are by finding ways to use these materials in several asphalt-related applications. “It is generally accepted that at least 11 million tons ...

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Recycled Asphalt Shingles

The RAS market is still developing, including collection and processing infrastructure, end use markets, and ease of regional specifications. As recycling of asphalt shingles moves forward, it is imperative to confirm that recyclers are both successfully processing and distributing their end-products in solid markets.

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Using recycled asphalt shingles in asphalt pavements ...

The use of recycled asphalt shingles (RAS) in asphalt pavement throughout the U.S. is steadily increasing. Using RAS saves money, conserves resources and can produce good quality pavements. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, approximately 11 million tons of asphalt roofing shingles are disposed of each year.

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Recycled Asphalt Shingles

Diverting asphalt shingles from the landfill for recycling into hot mix asphalt has demonstrated benefits including the containment or reduction of paving costs and the advancement of sustainability directives. On the other hand, a recycled asphalt shingle (RAS) program may face challenges such as market fluctuations and organizational logistics.

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Environmental Issues Associated With Asphalt Shingle

Asphalt shingle recycling has been identified as possessing a market potential greater than most other components of construction and demolition (CD) debris (Cochran 2000). The potential markets for waste asphalt shingle recycling include use in hot mix asphalt (HMA) and cold

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NC DEQ: Asphalt Shingles

Post Consumer Recycled Asphalt Shingles (PRAS) Since 2011, North Carolina paving companies have been able to use clean post-consumer recycled asphalt shingles (PRAS) as feedstock material in hot mix asphalt on North Carolina Department of Transportation (DOT) road projects. Asphalt shingles are considered clean if metal, wood, insulation, flashing and other trash are removed.

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Recycled Asphalt Market – Global - Industry Trends and ...

Market Analysis and Insights: Global Recycled Asphalt Market. Global recycled asphalt market is estimated to reach at growth rate of 4.30% in the forecast period of 2020-2027. Due to rise in petroleum prices across the globe, recycled asphalt market is also experiencing growth.

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Welcome to the Future of Asphalt Shingle Recycling

Welcome to the Future of Asphalt Recycling. By Dan Boss 04-21-2021. Each year in the U.S., roughly 13 million tons of asphalt material gets torn off of old roofs to make way for new asphalt shingles. Currently, only about 10% of that tear-off gets recycled for use in paving and other roadway projects. That leaves about 12 million tons of waste ...

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Recycled Asphalt Market Size Share Industry Analysis ...

The demand for recycled asphalt is expected to witness an exponential growth on account of rising petroleum prices across the globe. Also, reuse of reclaimed asphalt offers key elements for optimum use of resources leading to economic saving and also the protection of the environment thereby positively influencing the recycled asphalt market growth.

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RECYCLED ASPHALT SHINGLES (R.A.S.) FOR SALE - Crushcrete

For each ton of recycled shingles there is up to 18-28% of asphalt cement. While the market does not see recycled shingles as a valuable commodity, each ton of RAS can cost on average as little as $30.00 per ton. With pure virgin asphalt cement costing as much

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Job-Site Recycling: Asphalt Roofing Shingles ...

Aug 09, 2011  Potential uses for processed shingles. Asphalt shingles, which account for two-thirds of the U.S. residential roofing market, are made from a fiberglass or organic backing, asphalt cement, a sand-like aggregate and mineral fillers such as limestone dolomite and silica.

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A closer look at RAP and RAS use in the U.S ...

Apr 20, 2021  In discussing how PFAS could influence shingle recycling markets, Townsend says that recycled shingles in hot mix asphalt concentrations likely wouldn’t lead to an issue, whereas ground shingles used in road pavement could raise the issue of environmental contamination due to its potential to leach into the groundwater.

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ASPHALT SHINGLES WASTE MANAGEMENT IN THE

boilers. The primary use of recycled shingles has been in hot mix asphalt. 8. Recycling asphalt shingles can be a cost-savings to both roofing and paving contractors as well as to the individuals and organizations that use their services. The cost to dispose of asphalt shingles at recycling plants is generally less than at landfills, and ...

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Acceptable Uses for Recycled Asphalt Roofing in

Ground asphalt shingles used in loose form has the potential to harm humans and other animals. Due to the small particle size, inhalation, ingestion and dermal contact of harmful contaminants by humans and animals may occur in areas where recyclers have proposed to use recycled shingles in loose form.

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Global Recycled Asphalt Sales Market Report 2021 ...

The global Recycled Asphalt market is segmented by company, region (country), by Type, and by Application. Players, stakeholders, and other participants in the global Recycled Asphalt market will be able to gain the upper hand as they use the report as a powerful resource.

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Asphalt Roofing Shingles in Asphalt Pavement

State DOTs that allow asphalt roofing shingles in asphalt pavement include: Georgia (5 percent, manufacturing scrap only). Maryland (5 percent, manufacturing scrap only). Michigan (50 percent recycled asphalt spec routinely allows old and new shingles, though shingles

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Recycled Asphalt Shingles

Diverting asphalt shingles from the landfill for recycling into hot mix asphalt has demonstrated benefits including the containment or reduction of paving costs and the advancement of sustainability directives. On the other hand, a recycled asphalt shingle (RAS) program may face challenges such as market fluctuations and organizational logistics.

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Acceptable Uses for Recycled Asphalt Roofing in Washington ...

Description. Recycling facilities that handle asphalt roofing shingles break the material into small pieces and market it for a range of uses. Ground-up roofing has been used in road construction as bedding under road surfaces, on gravel roads and as an additive to hot mix or cold patch asphalt. More uses have included horse arenas, unpaved ...

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Acceptable Uses for Recycled Asphalt Roofing in

Ground asphalt shingles used in loose form has the potential to harm humans and other animals. Due to the small particle size, inhalation, ingestion and dermal contact of harmful contaminants by humans and animals may occur in areas where recyclers have proposed to use recycled shingles in loose form.

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Analysis of Recycling of Asphalt Shingles in Pavement ...

markets are available. One potential use of the recycled shingles is in the production of asphalt pavement, where use of the recycled material can yield cost savings and potentially even enhance roadway performance. Asphalt shingle recycling has been identified as possessing a market potential greater than most

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ASPHALT SHINGLES WASTE MANAGEMENT IN THE

boilers. The primary use of recycled shingles has been in hot mix asphalt. 8. Recycling asphalt shingles can be a cost-savings to both roofing and paving contractors as well as to the individuals and organizations that use their services. The cost to dispose of asphalt shingles at recycling plants is generally less than at landfills, and ...

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UG-Mat Recycled Asphalt Shingles Recycled Materials ...

The recycled asphalt shingles cold patch was determined to be 6% liquid binder, 14% ground asphalt and 80% aggregate. Some found the material to work very well and have long stick power and easy to use. Others found it too stiff to work with and low quality and therefore discontinued use of the product.

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Recycling asphalt shingles Minnesota Pollution Control ...

An asphalt shingle contains the same basic ingredients as hot-mix asphalt: aggregate, asphalt cement, and mineral filler. Laboratory and field testing by researchers at the University of Minnesota and the Minnesota Department of Transportation (Mn/DOT) shows that scrap from asphalt shingle manufacturers (pre-consumer) can be used successfully in hot-mix asphalt.

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Job-Site Recycling: Asphalt Roofing Shingles ...

Aug 09, 2011  Potential uses for processed shingles. Asphalt shingles, which account for two-thirds of the U.S. residential roofing market, are made from a fiberglass or organic backing, asphalt cement, a sand-like aggregate and mineral fillers such as limestone dolomite and silica.

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Recycled Asphalt Uses and Benefits Lone Star Paving

Sep 21, 2016  Recycled Asphalt Shingles. For asphalt that does not make it into new paving projects, there are still many other uses for it. One of the many industries using old asphalt materials is roofing manufacturers. Roof shingles are made out of the asphalt bitumen, tar, and aggregate that is collected from old paving projects.

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Recycled Asphalt Shingles Summary Excel Roofing

Recycled Asphalt Shingles Summary. Old Asphalt shingles are easily recycled, and have proven to be a win win for the municipalities’ who have accepted their use in asphalt roads. When the old roof is being torn off, the workers must separate the asphalt shingles from the other debris, and only load the shingles into the dump truck.

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Asphalt Roofing Shingles Recycling: Introduction

Asphalt roofing shingles are made of a felt mat saturated with asphalt, with small rock granules added, and are described as follows: Asphalt cement: 19 to 36 percent by weight. Asphalt used in shingles is considerably harder than asphalts used in pavement. Organic shingles contain 30 to 36 percent asphalt.

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Global Recycled Asphalt Sales Market Report 2021 ...

The global Recycled Asphalt market is segmented by company, region (country), by Type, and by Application. Players, stakeholders, and other participants in the global Recycled Asphalt market will be able to gain the upper hand as they use the report as a powerful resource.

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Recycle Plastic and Rubber Roofing Shingles (U.S. National ...

May 03, 2018  Shingles Made From Recycled Plastic and Rubber. These green alternatives to slate and asphalt shingles-made from recycled materials-are 100% recyclable. Since they are relatively new to the market, manufacturers have not proved claims of longevity. However, the plastics and rubber that make up the shingles are strong, flexible and resistant to ...

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A Homeowner's Guide to 7 Benefits of Asphalt Shingles ...

Today, a typical asphalt shingles roof has a higher lifespan than the traditional ones. That’s because manufacturers have improved the shingles’ durability. Thus, they give homeowners value for their money. 7. They Are Environmentally-Friendly. Unlike other roofing materials, recycled asphalt shingles are environmentally friendly.

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