Asphalt resurfacing is a common solution for repairing damaged or aging asphalt pavements. However, this process can be time-consuming, expensive, and not environmentally optimal. In contrast, PressurePave® is a pavement preservation product that offers several environmental benefits compared to traditional asphalt resurfacing methods.

PressurePave Resurfacing a Residential Area.

1. Lower Emissions: PressurePave® relies on quick-set chemistry which uses water evaporation during the curing process. This process emits no volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Traditional asphalt resurfacing methods can emit VOCs, like sulfur and carbon monoxide, during the application process. This can have negative impacts on air quality and the environment. By using PressurePave®, you can help to reduce emissions and contribute to a cleaner environment.

2. Reduced Waste: Asphalt resurfacing involves removing the existing asphalt layer and disposing of it in a landfill. This generates a significant amount of waste, which can have negative impacts on the environment. In contrast, PressurePave can be applied directly over the existing asphalt layer, reducing the amount of waste generated and conserving resources.

3. Long-Term Benefits: PressurePave® is designed to extend the lifespan of asphalt pavements, reducing the need for further repairs and replacements, such as sealing cracks or filling potholes. By extending the life of the pavement, PressurePave can help to reduce the environmental impact of paving projects over time.

Before PressurePave (LEFT), After 1 year of PressurePave (RIGHT)
Before PressurePave® (LEFT), After 1 year of PressurePave (RIGHT).

Overall, PressurePave® is a pavement preservation system offering a number of benefits over traditional asphalt resurfacing methods. Whether you are concerned about the environment, cost, or the longevity of your pavements, PressurePave is a smart and sustainable choice that can help you achieve your goals for a healthier community.