The Use of Recycled Materials to Promote Pavement Sustainability Performance
Neves, José (editor)
Freire, Ana Cristina (editor)
This Special Issue focuses on recycled materials to promote pavement sustainability. It covers the use of construction and demolition waste (reclaimed asphalt pavement, recycled concrete aggregate and glass) and industrial waste (plastic and slag). The application of recycled materials concerns bituminous mixtures, concrete mixtures, and non-traditional interlocking blocks or cobbles.
KeywordsLCA; road pavement management; RAP; multi-recycling; circular economy; sustainability; electric–electronic waste; interlock floor; mechanical resistance; polymers recycling; materials; recycling; plastics; cobbles; lightweight traffic; pedestrian traffic; concrete additive; concrete mixture; plastic waste; HDPE; plastic lamellar particles; self-compacting concrete (SCC); high-performance concrete (HPC); recycled concrete aggregate (RCA); natural aggregate (NA); ageing; bituminous mixture; mechanical behaviour; rejuvenator; hydraulic mortars; waste materials; pozzolanic aggregates; recycled glass; marble slurry; tin slag; mortar; compressive strength; fine aggregate; rough surfaced; elongated; concrete; costs; carbon footprint; carbon price; asphalt; waste plastic; visco-elastic properties; Marshall stability; rutting resistance; environmental impact; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
Technology: general issues
History of engineering & technology
Transport technology & trades