More and more “green” roads in Italy: about 600 km of roads have been resurfaced with asphalts made with recycled rubber from End-of-Life tyres
The use of modified asphalts is growing. This year it has recorded a +63% compared to 2019. Modified asphalts resist potholes, they last 3 times longer than traditional asphalts, and they reduce noise and...read more
Asphalts: USTMA launches a research project to evaluate the environmental impact, the performances, and the advantages of asphalts modified with rubber recycled from End-of-Life Tyres.
The US Tire Manufacturers Association (USTMA), in collaboration with The Ray - a non-profit company for sustainable transport technologies – have announced a research project to evaluate the performances,...read more
Over 2 million tonnes of End-of-Life tyres collected, recovered, and...read more
Innovation turns into a road in Sardinia: sound-absorbing asphalt made with rubber recycled from End-of-Life Tyres is on its way.
On the main road that links Olbia to the rest of the region, over 8,000 m/sq. of road have been resurfaced with asphalt modified with powder derived from recycled rubber from End-of-Life tyres (ELTs): a type...read more
The University of Pisa has collaborated to the Project. Thanks to the Nereide project, the University has gained great experience in the study of low noise emission surfaces, and also Ecopneus with reference...read more
Silent and long-lasting asphalts thanks to recycled rubber: the roads of the future reach San Marino
A seminar promoted by Ecopneus, University of San Marino, and the State’s Autonomous Company for Public Works (AASLP-Azienda Autonoma di Stato per i Lavori Pubblici) will be held in Domagnano (San...read more
In San Marino there will be a seminar on modified asphalts promoted by the University of San Marino and AALSP and organised in collaboration with the Engineers’ Associations of the city of Rimini....read more
In May of this year, SIGNUS published a book entitled Twenty years of rubberized asphalt mixtures in Spanish roads. This article contains a summary of the most important information contained in the book,...read more
Refibre is a LIFE project co-financed by the European Community entitled: “Recycling of textile fibres from end-of-life tyres for the production of new asphalts and plastic compounds”. The REFIBRE project is...read more