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EAPA Mission Statement


"EAPA's mission is to be the trusted voice of the Asphalt Paving Industry in Europe and to ensure that the use of asphalt, as the optimum choice for the construction and maintenance of the vital European road infrastructure, is fully appreciated, promoted and implemented."


The aim of the Association is to build on its already strong reputation as the voice of the asphalt paving industry, by expanding its membership to be fully representative of the industry in Europe and creating a sound evidence base for promoting the economic, technical and environmental benefits of asphalt paving in road construction and maintenance.


  • to promote, within Europe, the legitimate joint interests of all its Members and Associate Members concerned with the production of asphalt or the construction or maintenance of roads, and in particular to promote the effective and sustainable use of asphalt in the construction and maintenance of roads in Europe.
  • to collect and facilitate the exchange of information, know-how and best practice between its members and similar international associations.
  • to promote knowledge and understanding by all stakeholders of the activities of its members and their important position in the European economy.
  • to represent its members with the institutions of the European Union, in particular the Parliament, the Council of Ministers, the Commission, the Economic and Social Committee, the Committee for the Regions, and any other national and international organisations which are concerned with questions of enterprise policy, transport policy and policy related to health, safety and environment.
  • to promote the image of the asphalt paving industry in Europe.
  • to innovate measures and best practice to improve the health, safety and environmental conditions of all employed in the industry, and to actively cooperate with regulatory bodies in setting appropriate operating standards.
  • to participate in European standardisation activity and to be a leading authority on asphalt technology, in particular promoting new developments such as warm mix paving and encouraging higher levels of asphalt recycling.



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