Clemson's Asphalt Rubber Technology Service held its first annual Green Roadways workshop, which was the first of its kind in South Carolina. Green Roadways features the application of recycled materials in infrastructure projects and was held on May 23rd, 2012 at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center.
Green Roadways featured three tracks with real-life practical applications of recycled materials. Sessions were designed to give you a range of perspectives from the owner/designer of the project, the contractor, and the recycled material processors/suppliers.
- Public Works
- Parks and Recreation
- Green Buildings
Additional featured presenters represented groups such as ARTS, Department of Health and Environmental Controls (DHEC),and the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) as well as representatives from Asphalt Paving Contractors, Private Sector Businesses, Facility Managers (higher education and school districts), Non-Profit Agencies, Local Government Public Works, and Other Commercial and Private Builders.
The Green Roadways workshop is and will continue to be designed for paving contractors, local government public works representatives, council of government representatives, college and university facility managers and other facility managers, transportation agencies, recycled materials processors, commercial and private builders, non-profit agencies, and other attendees who are interested in sustainable material management and uses.
State and National Perspective on Infrastructure Applications Utilizing Recycled Materials
Rubberized Asphalt Construction
Recycled Materials in Asphalt
Full Depth Reclamation with Portland Cement
Molded Rubber Pavers for Ground Cover
Rubber Trails and Surfaces
Pour-in-Place Rubber Parking Surfaces
Recycled Material Products
Recycled Concrete Pavement and Other Recycled Materials in Concrete Pavements
Recycled Glass in South Carolina
Parks and Recreation (General)
Rubber Usage in Parks and Recreation
Research Using Recycled Materials
Recycled Materials in Concrete