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A Study of the Use of Recycled Paving Material:  Report to Congress, June 1993
The highway construction industry has a long history of using recycled products for highway construction.  This report summarizes some of the industries’ experiences
and, where sufficient information exists, it provides ...
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Air Emissions Associated with the Combustion of Scrap Tires for Energy Recovery
This report presents a compilation of available air emissions data from sources which combusted scrap source.  Air pollution control equipment requirements and air
emissions testing protocols vary from state to state, resulting in a wide range in reported....
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Air Monitoring Survey: Asphalt Paving Operations Interstate 8, Dateland, Arizona
The objective of the air monitoring survey was to obtain additional information about potential air contaminants associated... Read More

Air Pollutant Emissions Test, Asphalt Plant Baghouse Stack, Redland Stone Products Corporation
Emissions test data is shown in the results section of this report and in the Tables section.  The following is a general review of ... Read More

Analysis of Asphalt-Rubber Emissions
Brief summary of study of emissions from asphalt rubber spray applications.  Samples were collected and tested for: three volatile organic compounds (benzene,
toluene, and xylene); total...
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Asphalt Plant Stack Emissions Testing Comparison of Emissions Form Hot Mix Production Virgin Aggregate and
Recycled Rubber Pavements
At the request of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation and Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Mathy ... Read More

Asphalt/Rubber Fume Pilot Study (Final)
The use of recycled rubber materials, as a supplement in asphalt binder in road paving was the subject of this occupational exposure assessment.  United States
federal legislation (1991 Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act, Section 1038) requires that a specified...
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Biological Monitoring Assessment of Road Paving Workers Exposed to Asphalt and Crumb Rubber Modified Asphalt
The first objective of the present proposal is to determine if biological monitoring can add significantly to environmental sampling for CRM-asphalt-specific exposures.  
The specific aims associated with this objective are...
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Evaluation of Exhaust Gas Emissions and Worker Exposure from Asphalt-Rubber Binders in Hot Mix Asphalt Mixtures -
Part I: Exhaust Gas Emissions Stack Test Results and Part II: Worker Exposure Results
This study was set up to evaluate stack emissions at the hot mix facility.  Seven materials were included: (a) Control, (b) RAP... Read More

Exposure of Paving Workers to Asphalt Emissions
The Asphalt Institute is involved in the continuing evaluation of asphalt-derived emissions generated during construction or industrial processes utilizing asphaltic
materials.  Generally, these studies are to evaluate the compositional characteristics of asphalt emissions...
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Exposure of Paving Workers to Asphalt Emissions (When Using Asphalt-Rubber Mixes)
In the study we sought to identify any occupational exposures inherent in the paving procedures and to compare asphalt fume exposures with asphalt-rubber mixes to
exposures connected with the use of conventional asphalt mixes and to Permissible Exposure Limits (PEL’s).  Monitoring...
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Final Air Quality Assessment Hot Mix Asphalt-Crumb Rubber Pilot Program
Stack testing was conducted at the MEGA Contractors, Inc. asphalt plant in Rockville, Virginia, by Entropy Environmentalists, Inc. for KTA Environmental and the Virginia
Department of Transportation (VDOT) on September 1 and September 3, 1993.  The pilot testing program was...
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Industrial Hygiene Evaluation of Asphalt/Rubber Field Paving Operations
KTA Environmental conducted an industrial hygiene evaluation of highway paving operations.  The purpose of this evaluation was to compare worker exposures to
asphalt emissions during the production and application of hot mix asphalt materials with and without crumb rubber...
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Industrial Hygiene Monitoring During Paving Operations Utilizing a Crumb Rubber Modified (CRM) Asphalt
This report covers the results of air monitoring carried out during paving operations, utilizing a Crumb Rubber Modified Asphalt (CRM), on Highway 115 in Holtville, CA
on November 30 and...
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Mix Designs and Air Quality Emissions Tests of Crumb Rubber Modified Asphalt Concrete
The objective of this study was to develop bituminous concrete mixes with crumb rubber modifier (CRM), to compare those mixes to the standard mixes and to compare
the resulting air quality asphalt plant emissions during production of the mixes.  With a major emphasis on...
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NIOSH Health Hazard Evaluation Report
This report presents the findings from a field survey conducted near Casa Grande, Arizona, during asphalt pavement construction along Interstate 8.  The purpose of
this report is not to draw definitive conclusions about conventional and...
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NIOSH Health Hazard Evaluation Report
The Hazard Evaluations and Technical Assistance Branch of NIOSH conducts field investigations of possible health hazards in the workplace.  These investigations are
conducted under the authority of Section 20(a)(6) of the...
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NIOSH Health Hazard Evaluation Report
The Hazard Evaluations and Technical Assistance Branch of NIOSH conducts field investigations of possible health hazards in the workplace.  These investigations are
conducted under the authority of Section 20(a)(6) of the Occupational Safety...
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NIOSH Health Hazard Evaluation Report
The Hazard Evaluations and Technical Assistance Branch of NIOSH conducts field investigations of possible health hazards in the workplace.  These investigations are
conducted under the authority of Section 20(a)(6) of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of...
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Occupational Exposure Assessment of Ground Tire Rubber, Blending, Mixing, and Paving Operations, Volume I
This report presents the results of an occupational exposure assessment of asphalt fume and chemical constituents during blending, mixing, and paving operations that
featured the use of ground tire rubber (GTR)/asphalt and conventional asphalt materials.  The state of ...
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