RECYCLING OF TAR LIME STABILIZATION

HERGEBRUIK VAN TEERKALKSTABILISATIE

This paper discusses the recycling of a bound roadbase of sand stabilized with tar and lime that comes available during the reconstruction of roads in the Netherlands. How to deal with this tar lime stabilization (TLS) as a waste product largely depends on three factors: 1) the Dutch environmental policy; 2) the technical state- of-the-art; and 3) the amounts of TLS. Within this framework four options are discussed: 1) leaving the existing TLS intact; 2) controlled recycling; 3) controlled dumping; and 4) plantwise separation of construction materials polluted with tar. The second option is further discussed on the basis of a test project of a rehabilitation work on the access and exit roads of Dutch state road A59. In this project both the environmental protection and civil engineering aspects and the working conditions were taken into account. The TLS was mixed in place with cement to form tar lime cement stabilization (TLCS). Attention is also paid to the polluted soil of the road verges alongside the TLS. For the covering abstract of the conference see IRRD 867688.

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    CENTRUM VOOR REGELGEVING EN ONDERZOEK IN DE GROND-, WATER- EN WEGENBOUW EN DE VERKEERSTECHNIEK (CROW)

    GALVANISTRAAT 1
    EDE,   Netherlands  6716 AE
  • Authors:
    • VAN DEN BERK, AGJ
    • IVENS, P A
  • Publication Date: 1994-3

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  • Dutch

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  • Accession Number: 00674680
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Source Agency: DIENST WEG- EN WATERBOUWKUNDE (DWW)
  • ISBN: 90-6628-168-5
  • Files: ITRD
  • Created Date: Mar 8 1995 12:00AM