Using Processed Glass Aggregate in Road and Infrastructure Projects
Did you know that you can use crushed glass in road and infrastructure projects in the place of virgin aggregate such as gravel? For communities with limited options for recycling glass in a cost effective manner, reusing glass locally can be a great alternative.
Join Reagan Bissonnette, Executive Director of the Northeast Resource Recovery Association, and Madeleine DiIonno, a graduate student at the University of New Hampshire Carsey School of Public Policy and NRRA volunteer, to learn more in this recorded webinar. Attendees will learn about NRRA’s experience producing PGA, the differing state regulations governing PGA production and use in New England, and specific examples of how PGA has been used successfully in municipal and other projects, including in roads, sidewalks, and building foundations.
This webinar is available for free for both NRRA members and nonmembers. The following are encouraged to participate: municipal recycling and transfer station staff, solid waste operators, public works staff, state and local government officials and staff, educators, and community members. NH solid waste operators will receive one hour of continuing education credit. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org after viewing the webinar with your email address and name of the webinar so that NRRA can confirm your login on our webinar attendance report. To view the recording, select the "Webinar Recording" button. Please fill out the required information, click "Register" and you will be prompted to the recording.