Recycling Asphalt Pavement Helps the Environment in Minnesota

Recycled Asphalt Pavement

The State of Minnesota was a lead state in the 1970’s implementing the recycling of asphalt pavement into newly produced asphalt mixtures. Recycled asphalt pavement has the same ingredients newly constructed pavements contain; coarse aggregate, fine aggregate, and asphalt cement.

Since 2001, BR has recycled over 1.5 million tons of asphalt pavement. When we recycle old pavement, we reduce raw material costs, dependence on crude oil, carbon footprint, and we conserve our natural resources without sacrificing the quality of our finished product.

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Mendota Heights, MN 55120

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