Putting the rubber in the road

August 1997
World Wastes;Aug97, Vol. 40 Issue 8, p14
Trade Publication
Features California Integrated Waste Management Board's four road and trail paving projects that will use a mixture of waste tire rubber and asphalt concrete. Ratio of rubber to asphalt concrete; Amount of funds received.


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