Finding it hard to get your facts straight about asphalt and the effects on your community? You’ve come to the right place to learn more.
The Coalition for SAFE – Safe Asphalt for Everyone – is a group that focuses on community and industry education and advancement regarding asphalt. Our goal is to provide knowledge and ongoing community dialogue. We encourage you to make informed choices, which is why we’re providing the information you need to foster economic growth of our neighborhoods.
SAFE is a coalition of citizens, businesses, and organizations with the common goal of providing factual information on the environmental impact of asphalt plant operations. Additionally, we work closely with other groups and associations to further the interests of the asphalt industry, its customers, and the public.
As it gets colder in Colorado and across the country we will see more Asphalt Paving Materials produced with WMA additives or processes. This is just another effort from the Asphalt industry to produce a high quality, environmentally friendly product for our nations roadways, parking lots, bike paths and airports.
Asphalt, 100% recyclable and the most recycled product on the planet! ... See MoreSee Less
It is time to be thinking about safety! We have many people out on our roadways day and night. Drivers "Give them and Break" the faster they are done the less time you spend in traffic.
Find an alternate route not yelling at the construction workers because your frustrated! ... See MoreSee Less
“RAP as a Clean Fill Material” (SR 204) provides additional information to assist regulatory agencies in understanding how to use RAP as clean fill material. ... See MoreSee Less
Reducing Roadway Noise Through Mix Selection
Road noise is a genuine concern today. Limited urban space results in developments being built closer to high-volume roadways, and the effects can be heard both day and night. (Link to story) asphaltmagazine.com/mixselectionroadnoise/ ... See MoreSee Less
Go Orange Wednesday, April 5, for Work Zone Safety
Across the country on April 5, people will Go Orange. They'll wear orange in honor of National Work Zone Safety Awareness Week. You are invited to also wear orange.
Let's represent! Join your fellow construction professionals by wearing orange on Wednesday, April 5.
By wearing orange, we'll make an important statement across our great state about how important work zone safety is. We'll also honor all who have lost their lives in work zones.
Learn more about National Work Zone Awareness here. ... See MoreSee Less
It is National Work Zone Awareness week, Please respect those persons out there in construction work zones making your drive better.
A few minutes of delay is better than a life time of regret if you cause an accident and injuries to someone in a construction work zone.
Remember, the life you save may be your own. Phones down and pay attention when you drive! ... See MoreSee Less