6506-17 - POTENTIAL COST SAVINGS DATA: (1990 prices)...

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1 Asphalt Pavement Recycling Benefits of Asphalt Pavement Recycling: • Cost Savings • Conservation of Aggregate and Asphalt • Preservation of Existing Pavement Geometrics • Preservation of Environment • Conservation of Energy • Elimination of Reflective Cracking due to Overlay POTENTIAL COST SAVINGS DATA: (1990 prices) (2006 prices) Asphalt Cement - U.S.$120.0/Ton $400/T Aggregate (1) $7.0/Ton $20/T (2) $12.0/Ton VIRGIN MIX (1) (2)__ * Asphalt (6%) $ 7.20/T $ 7.20/T $24.0 * Aggregate $ 6.58 $11.28 $18.4 Material Cost $13.78 $18.48 $40.4 Processing Cost $ 5.00 $ 5.00__ Plant Cost $18.78/T $23.48/T RECYCLED MIX USING 30% RAP Material Saving -$ 4.13 -$ 5.54 -$12.1 Total Cost $14.65/T $17.94/T Saving 22.0% 23.6% Basic Mechanism in Asphalt Pavement Recycling Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement (RAP) contains: (1) Hard asphalt binder (2) Degraded aggregate Recycling of RAP involves: (1) Adding appropriate type and amount of recycling agent (or soft asphalt) to soften the binder. (2) Adding appropriate type and amount of virgin coarse
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