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Giving new life to old roofing shingles

02/12/2021 A COST-NEUTRAL SOLUTION. Roof shingles are made from asphalt— an oil-based byproduct of gasoline and fuel manufacturing. The challenge for recycling is that when a roof is removed from a home

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Quick Facts about Asphalt Shingle Recycling and the

09/07/2009 Recycling shingles is more economical than taking them to a landfill, which can cost $35-$50 per ton in Michigan. Ideal Recycling charges $18-$20 per ton. Ideal Recycling charges $18-$20 per ton.

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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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Operations focus: Beyond the bottom of the barrel

15/01/2015 Why can using recycled asphalt shingles (RAS) result in cost savings? Manufactured shingles consist of about 40 percent asphalt, therefore, offering a cost-effective alternative to virgin asphalt and aggregate used in paving projects. The use of RAS in hot-mix asphalt applications can reduce the overall cost of paving a road.

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Asphalt Roofing Shingles Recycling: Introduction

Shingle Composition. 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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Asphalt Shingle Recycling Facts and Figures :: WRAL

31/03/2015 Why Recycle Asphalt Shingles. The average residential roof removal gnerates some 1-3 tons of asphalt shingles, depending on whether the old roof consisted of 1 or 2 layers. All this adds up to an

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Paving with Recycled Asphalt Shingles

Using recycled asphalt shingles (RAS) in hot mix asphalt pavements is cost competitive, diverts valuable resources from landfills, and advances sustainability goals. Join the growing list of local and state agencies around the country that are benefiting from using RAS in pavements. Strengthen the market for RAS in the Puget Sound region by requiring RAS on one or more

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Recycled Shingles in HMA Asphalt 101

Approximately 13 million tons of asphalt shingle waste is generated per year with less than 5% is being recycled. Shingles average around 20% to 24% asphalt cement content. Going “green” is a win-win for everyone. Good environmental stewardship.

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How to Recycle Asphalt RecycleNation

17/06/2015 Using some recycled materials decreases the manufacturing cost, which is good whether you are a taxpayer funding a new highway or a homeowner building a new driveway. How to recycle asphalt Asphalt is part of a recycling category called “construction and demolition” (or C&D) waste. Concrete, wood, glass and building fixtures are also considered

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UG-Mat Recycled Asphalt Shingles Recycled Materials

The disposal cost for shingles in Georgia is about $16.50 per ton, where as process costs were about $5.00 a ton, resulting in an evident economic incentive. (13) Typical addition rates for roofing shingle scrap in hot mix asphalt have ranged from 3 to 6

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Quick Facts about Asphalt Shingle Recycling and the

09/07/2009 Recycling shingles is more economical than taking them to a landfill, which can cost $35-$50 per ton in Michigan. Ideal Recycling charges $18

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2021 Cost of Asphalt Milling Recycled Asphalt Cost

Recycled Asphalt Costs. The cost of recycled asphalt ranges from $7 to $60 per ton depending on geographic location and the percentage of recycled material in the mixture. Homeowners typically spend between $55 and $460 for asphalt millings to pave a standard-sized double driveway. That cost does not include installation labor and materials. Asphalt millings are recycled asphalt, milled

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Paving with Recycled Asphalt Shingles

Using recycled asphalt shingles (RAS) in hot mix asphalt pavements is cost competitive, diverts valuable resources from landfills, and advances sustainability goals. Join the growing list of local and state agencies around the country that are benefiting from using RAS in pavements. Strengthen the market for RAS in the Puget Sound region by requiring RAS on one or more projects, and including

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Recycled Shingles in HMA Asphalt 101

Approximately 13 million tons of asphalt shingle waste is generated per year with less than 5% is being recycled. Shingles average around 20% to 24% asphalt cement content. Going “green” is a win-win for everyone. Good environmental stewardship.

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Proposed Study Could Pave the Way for Asphalt Shingle

Currently in North Carolina, recyclers must pay approximately $15 to test each homogenous load of post-consumer asphalt shingles. This makes shingle recycling cost-prohibitive, according to John

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Asphalt Roofing Shingles Into Energy Project Summary

28/04/2008 The decreased availability of landfills, growing concern over waste disposal, and rising cost of asphalt cement, resulted in an increased interest in incorporating waste asphalt roofing shingles in the production of asphalt concrete mixes. This project addressed Hot-Mix, surface course asphalt concrete mixes produced with an addition of waste fiberglass asphalt roofing shingles that were

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How Much Do Roof Shingles Cost — Average Prices

23/02/2021 Roof Shingle Costs at a Glance. Asphalt shingles per square foot: $1.50-$5.50. Installation per square foot: $3-$6. Shingles are the most popular roofing type for a reason: All of those overlaps protect your home from the elements. But if your shingles are starting to curl, crack or rot, it’s time to replace them.

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New Pennsylvania facility recycles shingles and concrete

05/04/2016 “We accept only asphalt shingles, nails and the paper that comes along with the shingle,” Snyder said in the report. The company’s newest yard only takes shingles now, but Snyder told the Pocono Record that it could be expanded in the future to accept concrete for recycling. Crushcrete, which is affiliated with Bethlehem’s Casilio Concrete, was started in 1998 to recycle waste from

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Company makes asphalt machine that recycles old asphalt

28/01/2010 The KM International T-2 uses diesel fuel to melt the chunks, and is capable of recycling two tons of asphalt an hour. The company hopes road

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Asphalt Shingles Recycled By Crutchall Resource Recycling

10/03/2009 How asphalt shingles are recycled into a hot-mix asphalt supplement is discussed in the interview with Elly Kane and Matt Teesdale of Crutchall Resource Recycling. March 10, 2009

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shingle recycling ISTC blog

28/02/2017 It has long been known that recycling asphalt pavement materials and roofing shingles into new pavement lowers costs, but this can also result in pavement brittleness and faster aging. Still the practice is very common in Illinois and elsewhere

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Proposed Study Could Pave the Way for Asphalt Shingle

Currently in North Carolina, recyclers must pay approximately $15 to test each homogenous load of post-consumer asphalt shingles. This makes shingle recycling cost-prohibitive, according to John

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Recycled Shingles in HMA Asphalt 101

Approximately 13 million tons of asphalt shingle waste is generated per year with less than 5% is being recycled. Shingles average around 20% to 24% asphalt cement content. Going “green” is a win-win for everyone. Good environmental stewardship.

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COUNTY OF BRUNSWICK REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR SHINGLE

All cost associated with the disposal of asbestos containing shingles will be the responsibility of the contractor. The County agrees to monitor the asphalt shingle recycling area and load all materials in trucks supplied by the contractor. All transportation of materials shall be performed by the contractor. The contractor shall transport all required equipment, materials, and personnel to

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How to Recycle Shingles Earth911

Recycled asphalt shingles are typically reused as a component in hot mix asphalt to create pavement for roadways. The shingles from one average-sized home can pave about 200 feet of a two-lane highway. How do I know if my shingles can be recycled? Enter your ZIP code in Earth911 Recycling Search to find local shingle recycling options. There are a few different types of shingles, so if

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The Staggering Impact of Roofing Waste (and a Recycling

18/12/2012 Recycling 11 million tons of asphalt roofing shingles is the equivalent of saving 11 million barrels of A contractor who purchases an appropriate amount of shingles will contain costs and reduce waste. Also, ask your roofing contractors if they plan to recycle old shingles after they have been removed from your roof. In many states, recycled shingles can be used in asphalt for paving roads

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Shingle recycling is focus of Oct. 29-30 meeting

14/10/2015 The Construction & Demolition Recycling Association (CDRA) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region 5 office are presenting the 7th Shingle Recycling Forum Oct. 29-30 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel near Chicago O’Hare airport. The event offers programming throughout the day Thursday, Oct. 29 and the morning of Friday, Oct. 30. Presenters include representatives from trade

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Asphalt Roofing Shingles Into Energy Project Summary

28/04/2008 The decreased availability of landfills, growing concern over waste disposal, and rising cost of asphalt cement, resulted in an increased interest in incorporating waste asphalt roofing shingles in the production of asphalt concrete mixes. This project addressed Hot-Mix, surface course asphalt concrete mixes produced with an addition of waste fiberglass asphalt roofing shingles that were

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Company makes asphalt machine that recycles old asphalt

28/01/2010 The KM International T-2 uses diesel fuel to melt the chunks, and is capable of recycling two tons of asphalt an hour. The company hopes road

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