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    EAPA Position Paper “Warm Mix Asphalt” available

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    The EAPA Position Paper “The use of Warm Mix Asphalt” is available on the EAPA website. The position paper outlines technologies for producing Warm Mix Asphalt (WMA) at temperatures between 100 and 140°C, while still maintaining the properties and performance of Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA), which is produced at higher temperatures of 140 to 180°C. A typical WMA is applied at around 20-40°C lower than an equivalent HMA.

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    New EAPA Paper “Asphalt pavements in tunnels” available

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    The use of asphalt in road tunnels is a topic which is currently discussed by many engineers in the construction industry. The background for these discussions is mostly related with safety in tunnels and the reaction to fire of asphalt. This document will describe the possibilities of the use of asphalt in tunnels.

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    Croatian Asphalt Association new EAPA member

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    In June 2007 the Croatian Asphalt Association – Hrvatsko Asfaltersko Društvo (HAD) has officially become a member of EAPA. About 50% of the asphalt producers in Croatia are member of HAD and in total they produce more than 70% of the annual asphalt production of Croatia.

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    EAPA Asphalt at the Workplace

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    The European Asphalt Pavement Association (EAPA) and NAPA (the USA National Asphalt Pavement Association) and have published “The Asphalt Paving Industry: A Global Perspective”. This joint publication is intended to give the reader an overview of the world’s asphalt pavement industry. It provides a description of the industry, its scope, and its economic impact. The document includes chemical and physical data about asphalt pavement material, describes asphalt mixing plants, and explains how transport and placement…

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