Road Pavement Recycling and Stabilisation – ISCouncil

Road Pavement Recycling and Stabilisation

Details

  • Product Type Aggregates, Asphalt and Bitumen, Composite Materials, Construction Services, Engineering Services
  • Regions Australia, Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, Western Australia

Contact

ISupplier

  • Company Name Stabilised Pavements of Australia
  • ISupplier Profile Visit

Applicable Credits

IS v1.2 Dis-3 , Inn-1 , Lan-3 , Mat-1 , Was-2 , Was-3
IS v2.1 Ene-1 , Env-3 , Inn-1 , Rso-2 , Rso-4 , Rso-5 , Rso-6

About

Road rehabilitation and construction by re-engineering existing pavement materials

Sustainability Outcomes

  • Up to 100% recycling of existing road materials to rehabilitate and improve roads pavements and other types of pavement assets
  • Preserves finite and natural resources by rejuvenating existing pavement materials rather than importing new materials
  • Stops the waste of valuable construction and demolition materials going to landfill by up to and over 70%
  • Quick construction as all construction occurs ‘insitu’ (onsite), also resulting in minimal excavation activities, and allowing road infrastructure to remain functional during works
  • Significantly reduces truck movements along the haulage route and disturbance to the local community by working with existing materials rather than importing and exporting
  • Cost efficient solutions, offering up to and over 50% cost savings compared to traditional methods, which allows more roads to be upgraded every year
  • High quality road pavements are produced as rehabilitation is based on fundamental geotechnical engineering and stabilisation principles that have been employed for decades around the world

Applicable Credits

Mat -1 (ISv1.2) SPA pursues pavement rehabilitation and construction methods that involve utilisation and re-engineering of existing materials onsite foremost, with almost all existing pavement materials possessing a potential asset value regardless of the current quality and including contaminated materials. Reusing existing pavement materials may reduce the lifecycle impact of those materials if they were alternatively discarded and replaced with new and imported road materials. By recycling the existing pavement materials, insitu stabilisation techniques can provide advantages over replacements options including:- Prevention of excavation of the existing materials - Reduction of trucking materials to and from site - Preventing the disposal of excavated materials which still have an asset value - Limiting the quarrying of replacement materials - Potential to significantly reduce energy usage and greenhouse gas emissions by reducing the above mentioned activities
Ene-1 (ISv1.2) SPA pursues pavement rehabilitation and construction methods that involve utilisation and re-engineering of existing materials onsite foremost, with almost all existing pavement materials possessing a potential asset value regardless of the current quality and including contaminated materials. Reusing existing pavement materials may reduce the lifecycle impact of those materials if they were alternatively discarded and replaced with new and imported road materials. By recycling the existing pavement materials, insitu stabilisation techniques can provide advantages over replacements options including:- Prevention of excavation of the existing materials - Reduction of trucking materials to and from site - Preventing the disposal of excavated materials which still have an asset value - Limiting the quarrying of replacement materials - Potential to significantly reduce energy usage and greenhouse gas emissions by reducing the above mentioned activities
Rso-6 (ISv2.1 SPA pursues pavement rehabilitation and construction methods that involve utilisation and re-engineering of existing materials onsite foremost, with almost all existing pavement materials possessing a potential asset value regardless of the current quality and including contaminated materials. Reusing existing pavement materials may reduce the lifecycle impact of those materials if they were alternatively discarded and replaced with new and imported road materials. By recycling the existing pavement materials, insitu stabilisation techniques can provide advantages over replacements options including:- Prevention of excavation of the existing materials - Reduction of trucking materials to and from site - Preventing the disposal of excavated materials which still have an asset value - Limiting the quarrying of replacement materials - Potential to significantly reduce energy usage and greenhouse gas emissions by reducing the above mentioned activities
Ene-1 (ISv2.1) SPA pursues pavement rehabilitation and construction methods that involve utilisation and re-engineering of existing materials onsite foremost, with almost all existing pavement materials possessing a potential asset value regardless of the current quality and including contaminated materials. Reusing existing pavement materials may reduce the lifecycle impact of those materials if they were alternatively discarded and replaced with new and imported road materials. By recycling the existing pavement materials, insitu stabilisation techniques can provide advantages over replacements options including:- Prevention of excavation of the existing materials - Reduction of trucking materials to and from site - Preventing the disposal of excavated materials which still have an asset value - Limiting the quarrying of replacement materials - Potential to significantly reduce energy usage and greenhouse gas emissions by reducing the above mentioned activities
Dis-3 (ISv1.2) SPA is able to undertake pavement works using plant with oscillating features, rather than standard vibration in addition to static rolling with heavier plant, which has the potential to drastically reduce vibration impacts resulting from construction activities on site.
Env-3 (ISv2.1) SPA is able to undertake pavement works using plant with oscillating features, rather than standard vibration in addition to static rolling with heavier plant, which has the potential to drastically reduce vibration impacts resulting from construction activities on site.
Lan-3 (ISv1.2) Using geotechnical engineering and stabilisation to modify and improve pavement materials, SPA can undertake pavement rehabilitation and remediation of various contaminated materials pending assessment of a suitable treatment. This can prevent excavating and disturbing contaminated materials initially, managing the disposal location of the contaminated materials, and provides a safer final-product due to the contaminated materials being modified.
Rso-2 (ISv2.1) Using geotechnical engineering and stabilisation to modify and improve pavement materials, SPA can undertake pavement rehabilitation and remediation of various contaminated materials pending assessment of a suitable treatment. This can prevent excavating and disturbing contaminated materials initially, managing the disposal location of the contaminated materials, and provides a safer final-product due to the contaminated materials being modified.
Was-2(ISv1.2) Pavement and construction and demolition materials that could otherwise be discarded can be diverted from landfill or alternative stockpile arrangements by approximately up to and over 70%. Materials may remain on site and become part of the new road asset, simply through recycling and re-engineering up to 100% of the existing road materials. Stabilising pavements insitu prevents the generation of construction and demolition waste in the first place, such as, the worldwide waste-product RAP can be limited initially if recycled into existing pavements using stabilisation foremost.
Rso-4 (ISv2.1) Pavement and construction and demolition materials that could otherwise be discarded can be diverted from landfill or alternative stockpile arrangements by approximately up to and over 70%. Materials may remain on site and become part of the new road asset, simply through recycling and re-engineering up to 100% of the existing road materials. Stabilising pavements insitu prevents the generation of construction and demolition waste in the first place, such as, the worldwide waste-product RAP can be limited initially if recycled into existing pavements using stabilisation foremost.
Inn-1 (ISv1.2) SPA has contributed to many innovations that have influenced the technology, processes and sustainable pavement solutions that are employed throughout industry today. Using experience and expertise, SPA can provide sustainable pavement rehabilitation options and the technology and processes to deliver them.
Inn-1 (ISv2.1) SPA has contributed to many innovations that have influenced the technology, processes and sustainable pavement solutions that are employed throughout industry today. Using experience and expertise, SPA can provide sustainable pavement rehabilitation options and the technology and processes to deliver them.
Was-3 (ISv1.2) Stabilised pavements have the potential to be restabilised and recycled at the end of their serviceable lives, thereby ensuring an ongoing, recyclable asset.
Rso-5 (ISv2.1) Stabilised pavements have the potential to be restabilised and recycled at the end of their serviceable lives, thereby ensuring an ongoing, recyclable asset.