The project activity quantifies the reduced GHG emissions associated with the use of FSB and/or asphalt emulsions as substitutes for HMA on asphalt construction projects. The grouped project instances consist of existing highway roads in need of repair to extend the useable lifespan for conveying vehicular traffic. This group of projects is submitted following VCS methodology VM0039, Methodology for Use of Foam Stabilized Base and Emulsion Asphalt Mixtures in Pavement Application V1.0, which provides the requirements for pavement projects within the United States that utilize FSB and asphalt emulsions in place of traditional HMA to issue verified carbon unit credits (VCUs).
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