Asphalt Paving Blog

5 Surprisingly Green Facts You Didn’t Know About Asphalt Pavement

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Mar 17, 2015

You might be surprised to learn that asphalt pavement is a ‘green’ paving solution. No, we aren’t just jumping on the St. Patrick’s Day bandwagon; asphalt pavement really is an environmentally friendly, green paving solution that provides many benefits to the local flora, fauna and water table.

Porous Asphalt Pavement - greener and more sustainable than ever!

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Dec 2, 2014

It may look black, but asphalt pavement is turning green. Porous asphalt is increasingly the choice of businesses, cities, agencies and homeowners striving for environmental sustainability and durability of paved areas.

You'll find this permeable product in a wide range of areas, including:

Eco-Friendly Ways To Keep Your Asphalt Repair & Re-pave Green

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Apr 29, 2014

With global climate change in the media on a daily basis, green building practices and green construction are in high demand. This practice permeates all aspects of building and construction, from residential to commercial ventures, building to remodeling--and even landscaping and paving. As a business owner, you may be looking for ways that you can make your business a greener, more socially responsible establishment.

Green asphalt pavement and green asphalt repair is one way that you can accomplish this goal. As you'll see, green asphalt is not only socially and environmentally responsible; it's also fiscally sensible and good for your bottom line.

Why Using Porous Asphalt Will Save You In The Long Run

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Sep 24, 2013

Here in Wisconsin, where the winters can get brutal and the springs can be extremely wet, we tend to recommend our clients invest in porous asphalt pavement.

How to Use Asphalt Pavement to Lower Carbon Footprints

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Oct 29, 2012

There are many ways to measure the eco-friendliness of various materials and processes.  For example, the amount of recycled and reused material employed might be one gauge.  Another commonly considered factor is the amount of greenhouse gas emissions caused by the material or processes.

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