The construction of the Washington State Department of Transportation's first hot in-place recycling project is documented. The project is located in the eastern portion of the state southwest of Yakima on SR-97. The two southbound lanes for approximately 5.5 miles were recycled using the Pyrotech brand of equipment.
The report also includes a description of the hot in-place recycling process, equipment specifications, a discussion of the limitations and benefits of the process, and a survey of other state DOT's experience with the process.
November 16, 2007
Linda M. Pierce.
Washington (State). Dept. of Transportation. Materials Laboratory.
- # of Pages: 70 p., 6,961 KB (PDF)
- Subject: Asphalt concrete, Benefits, Data collection, Equipment, Field tests, Hot mix paving mixtures, Pavement performance, Recycling, Rehabilitation (Maintenance), Specifications, State departments of transportation, Surveys.
- Keywords: Asphalt concrete, HIPR, in-place, recycling, SR 97, Yakima (Wash.)
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