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Reducing Carbon Emissions on I-64 Capacity Improvement with the use of FSB and Emulsions
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Project I-64 Williamsburg, VA

Global Emissionary’s Verra Approved VM0039 methodology credits sustainable roadway construction with these key environmental factors in mind:

Reduced energy consumption: Eliminate the need for extensive heating of materials, as required in traditional hot mix asphalt methods. This significantly reduces energy consumption and associated greenhouse gas emissions.

Preservation of natural resources: Reusing existing pavement materials reduces the demand for new aggregate and asphalt, thus preserving natural resources.

Minimization of waste: By recycling existing pavement materials on-site, minimizing the need for disposal in landfills and reducing the environmental impact of waste management.

Lower carbon footprint: Due to reduced energy consumption, preservation of natural resources, and minimized waste generation, recycling existing pavement results in a lower overall carbon footprint compared to conventional road construction methods.

Project I-64 Reclamation: Sustainable construction methods were utilized to reclaim 150 lane miles of roadways on I-64 in Williamsburg, VA saving a verified 17,790 tons of CO2 from entering the environment. The road work was performed in the following locations with the corresponding emissions reductions in tCO2e.
Williamsburg, VA -17,790 tCO2e

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