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Rubberized Asphalt Foundation Develops Online Library Featuring Comprehensive Archive of Research and Data

August 29, 2012

- Foundation Now Accepting Submissions Focused on Recycled Tire Rubber in Asphalt - CHEVY CHASE, Md., Aug. 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The Rubberized Asphalt Foundation (RAF) , a research foundation dedicated to the science and practical use of recycled tire rubber in asphalt pavements, is developing a comprehensive online clearinghouse for rubberized asphalt research and documentation. As the library evolves, RAF will expand the archive to include white papers, specifications, research studies and industry news. In addition to original research, the foundation is soliciting material from academics and industry experts whose work includes the study of rubberized asphalt materials and processes. RAF is gathering project profiles, studies, specifications and other data that is valuable to professionals exploring and/or deciding on the use of recycled rubber in asphalt pavements. The foundation's searchable online database is catalogued for usability, and updated with the latest developments in rubberized asphalt technologies and processes. Additionally, RAF is working to examine and validate current and emerging technologies that provide engineering solutions to pavement engineers and project owners. To be considered for inclusion in RAF's online library, please contact Professor Walaa Mogawer at Submissions for consideration elsewhere on RAF's website may be sent to Elizabeth Dempsey Becker at


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