This case study will focus on the technological developments for recovery of pure concrete fractions and their ultimate use as raw material in the maintenance of road infrastructure (for example in the application of concrete overlays).  

The overall objective of this case study is to assess and demonstrate the technical feasibility, economic viability and environmental sustainability of the innovative concrete recycling routes developed at TU Delft, which are in alignment with RE & CE principles, allowing for the validation and refinement of the model developed in WP3.

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Case Studies

Testing the validity of the risk-based analysis framework

Our case studies will test the validity of the risk-based approach developed in WP3 over a range of technical areas at different levels of development and maturity.

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Comparing maintenance options for asphalt pavements

Assessing the technical, economic and long-term environmental viability of preservation techniques, high-recycled content asphalt, and incorporation of waste resource streams as secondary materials

Investigation of recycling concrete technologies

Comparison of current practice with innovative methods for concrete recycling into high-end products

Strategic Approach to Transitioning to CE

Exploring the practical implementation of RE and CE principles in the delivery of road infrastructure projects.