6. Construction

Methodology for Pavement Application using Foam Stabilized Base (FSB)

This methodology provides a framework for the quantification of emissions reductions associated with the installation of roads and parking lots using Foam Stabilized Base (FSB) as a substitute from Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA). The framework uses a performance benchmark for determining additionality and crediting that was derived from an evaluation of the emissions intensity of pavement installation in the United States using life-cycle analysis. 



This methodology was open for public comment from 2 September 2014 until 2 October 2014. Public comments are closed.

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Methodology for Precast Concrete Production using Sulphur Substitute, v1.0

This methodology quantifies the GHG emission reductions achieved by substituting a sulphur product for a proportion for Portland cement when producing precast concrete and other concrete-based products such as pre-cast pipe, paving stones, slabs and tanks.

This methodology was open for public comment from 5 January 2012 until 3 February 2012. Public comments are closed.

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Fri, 05/15/2015

Methodology for Pavement Application using Sulphur Substitute, v1.0

This methodology quantifies the GHG emission reductions achieved by substituting a sulphur product for a proportion of the bitumen binder used in conventional hot asphalt paving.

This methodology was open for public comment from 5 January 2012 until 3 February 2012. Public comments are closed.

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Stantec Consulting
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Fri, 05/15/2015

Estimation of Emissions from Storage, Drying and Hot-Mixing of Bitumen in Hot-Mix Asphalt Production

This module provides the calculation methodology for quantifying GHG emissions from the hot-mixing process of hot-mix asphalt production. It applies to projects that conduct stack sampling of hot-mix emissions.

This methodology was open for public comment from 5 January 2012 until 3 February 2012. Public comments are closed.

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