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RE: [greenyes] Fwd: New: Porous Asphalt, which can be recycled onsite
Hi Chris.  

As you have seen in Minnesota, one-pass recycling is a growing technology.
Eagle Crusher, based in Ohio, has been doing this for awhile as well.  In
addition to saving on resources, one-pass recycling increases safety and
decreases congestion by reducing the number of trucks entering/exiting the
highway.  While certainly a hi-zoot process, emissions reduction from the
heavy equipment would be icing on the cake.  Citing air quality and health
concerns, California will likely move forward with proposed changes to the
current air regs to reduce emissions from heavy equipment, on and off-road.

d8)
Stephen M Bantillo
City of San José, Environmental Services Department
Integrated Waste Management
777 North First Street, Suite 300
San Jose, CA 95112
(408) 277-3846   Office and VMail
(408) 277-3669   Fax      
mailto:stephen.bantillo@no.address   
http://www.sjrecycles.org/business/cddd.htm
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