The voice of the European Asphalt Industry
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EAPA Magazine Issue 50
European Asphalt Pavement Association
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The primary objective of the European Asphalt Pavement Association is to build a sound evidence base for promoting the economic, technical, and societal benefits of asphalt paving in road construction and maintenance. Further, to create the future for an innovative and modern asphalt industry in Europe that cares for health and safety as well as for protection of the environment and sustainability.
- Exchange, disseminate and promote information and knowledge
- represent its members with stakeholders
- build on its strong reputation as the voice of the European asphalt paving industry
EAPA’s Mission Statement
European Asphalt Pavement Association (EAPA) is the voice of the Asphalt Paving Industry in Europe and works 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.
16 national associations and 23 equipment and material suppliers are members of EAPA.
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We have asked our EAPA Representatives; why is an association like EAPA needed?
“It’s not really a question, is it? Asphalt standards are no longer a national topic. And we definitely have a need to get represented at the European level. Asphalt industry should try to get the best regulations possible.”Knut JohannsenChairman of the EAPA Technical Committee EUROVIA Services GmbH