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About Global Emissionairy

Pavement organizations partner with Global Emissionairy (GE) to earn carbon credits for recycling pavement with cold in place recycling (CIR), cold central plant recycling (CCPR), and full depth reclamation (FDR) using reclaimed aggregate pavement (RAP), asphalt emulsions, and foam stabilized asphalt base (FSAB).


The transportation sector is the largest contributor to greenhouse gas emissions in the United States (EPA 2020). Among these emissions, Global Emissionairy aims to reduce the CO2 emissions released during the procurement and installation of materials. To do this, Global Emissionairy incentivizes organizations with carbon credits to use recycled materials and sustainable installation methods.


Global Emissionairy quantifies carbon emission reductions in a cradle-to-installation life cycle analysis (LCA) using its first-in-industry, Verra-approved methodology (VM0039) and PaveNext app. Global Emissionairy compares the carbon emissions released in sustainable projects with the carbon emissions released in structurally equivalent, baseline, hot-mix projects. The comparison considers the procurement, production, transportation, and installation of materials. Global Emissionairy uses its patented process (US 10,870,953 B2) to convert these reductions into carbon credits (VCUs) which can be banked or sold on the voluntary carbon market.


Chandra Akisetty
PhD, PE;
Pavement Engineer
David Choy
Emissions Reduction Developer + Engineer
Qingbin Cui
Scientific Advisor
Ben Devine
Transportation Decarbonization Specialist
Diana Gutierrez
MS Civil Eng., ENV SP, LEED AP BD+C, O+M, PMP;
Senior Sustainability Specialist
Tim Kenney
Chief Operating Officer
Tim Moore
Senior Vice President, Partnerships & Client Relations
James S. Peacock
Chief Financial Officer
Irvin Pinto
Product Development Engineer
Karen Storm
Executive Assistant
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