THE “FOUNDATION” OF PAVEMENT PRESERVATION
Hot In-Place Mill Recycling is an on-site, in-place recycling method that rehabilitates and restores deteriorated asphalt pavement minimizing the use of new materials. It is a pavement preservation technique that is cost-effective, extends pavement life, improves safety and motorist satisfaction.
Pavement surface cracks are interrupted and eliminated, flexibility is restored by the resized-remixed-recoated aggregate materials. Pavement geometry is corrected in shorter construction times and allows other pavement preservation processes such as thin overlays, nova chip, micro-paving, and chip seals to be used. HIP is much easier to perform around catch basins, manholes, water valves, and other structures compared to other recycling processes.