The latest Asphalt in Figures released!
“EAPA Asphalt in Figures 2022 Total asphalt
production returns to levels of COVID times”
#AsphaltHeroes Campaign: Honouring the People of the Asphalt Industry
Paving the Future: A Call to the Next Generation
Ralf Pomp, EAPA President
The much-awaited magazine is Here!
EAPA Manifesto on the occasion of its 50th Anniversary 1973-2023
Asphalt Industry is living nowadays its own digital revolution, hand in hand with the latest developments in robotics, machine-to-machine communication, sensors, big data, artificial intelligence and electrification, among others.
Asphalt, the construction material 100% re-usable and recyclable.
Learn everything about the European sector leading the Circular Economy in construction
European Asphalt Pavement Association
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.
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We have asked our EAPA Representatives; What will be the next major innovation drivers for the industry?
“We have to reduce CO2 emissions and the asphalt industry shall play an important role in that fundamental change. It will demand hard work and creative thinking in the whole chain – from raw materials overproduction to re-use. Roads are a basic requirement for cars and when they come to run on clean electricity, the industry becomes a valuable part of the green future.”Anders HundahlEAPA Directors' Group CEO, DAPA, Danish Asphalt Pavement Association