CAPA ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCT DECLARATIONS - EPD
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Expanding the use of Green Asphalt Green Asphalt in Colorado

CAPA & The National Asphalt Pavement Association Partnership 

Federal Highway Administration – Link to Sustainable Pavements Program

 

 

National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA) ECO Label Video -June 2021

NAPA’s Verified EPD Tool

Emerald Eco-Label, NAPA’s verified Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) tool, makes it easy to quantify the environmental impact of an asphalt mix. Created by industry professionals and stakeholders and evaluated by sustainability experts, the Emerald Eco-Label EPD tool was developed in conformance with ISO 14025 and EN 15804, which establish principles and procedures for developing a Type III environmental declaration program and describes the potential environmental impacts of a product. ACCESS THE EPD TOOL HERE

NAPA Environmental Page of Information

COLORADO Environmental Product Declaration Program:

CDOT Update on HB21-1303 "Buy Clean Colorado Act"

CAPA hosted the first of two Industry Stakeholder meetings on April 20th.  CDOT provided an update on the HB 21-1303 "Buy Clean Colorado Act" and their efforts to make an effective start to Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) collection.  They also provided a summary of targeted /most impactful construction materials, a plan for successful implementation and and overview of Industry capability/readiness.  A working draft of the proposed specification and Protocol document were provided for stakeholder review and comment.  The second stakeholders meeting was held on April 27 and addressed Industry review comments and discussion of the next steps (approval/issue schedule, likely impacted projects and phased data collection for 2022 and beyond).  Key takeaways of the draft EPD Protocol include:

  • 13 Focus Bid Items - Limited to items based on industry readiness
  • Some items will be considered “on-deck” for future iterative growth
  • EPD Data Collection on Projects over $3 Million based on Engineers Estimate
  • Small Quantity/Cost Limits on EPD asks

House Bill 21-1303 Global Warming Potential of Construction Materials Used for Public Projects (Link to Bill)

CDOT EPD Program Contact:

Craig Wieden, P.E.
State Materials Engineer/Materials & Geotechnical Services Manager
Office: 303.398.6501  Cell: 720.660.2076 
4670 Holly Street, Denver, CO  80216
[email protected]  |  www.codot.gov |  www.cotrip.org

CDOT EPD Consultant Contact: 

Bill Schiebel, P.E.
Senior Transportation Engineer
RockSol Consulting Group, Inc.
12076 Grant Street, Thornton, CO 80241
Direct Line  303.962.9339  Cell 303.829.9491
Main Office 303.962.9300  Fax 303.962.9350    
Web www.rocksol.com     Email [email protected]

Office of the State Architect (OSA)

Bailey Vigil, EIT II
Buildings GHG Emissions Analyst
303-866-5877  |  C 719-429-6645
1525 Sherman St. Ste 112, Denver, CO 80203
[email protected] | www.colorado.gov/osa

 

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BLACK is the new GREEN!

The National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA) has introduced two new publications, a sustainability report and a companion brochure. In announcing the new publications, NAPA President Mike Acott commented, "For decades, the asphalt pavement industry has been proactive in reducing the impact of its operations on the environment. The new report discusses some of the products we have developed – warm-mix asphalt, reuse/recycling, porous asphalt, and Perpetual Pavements – and shows how an accelerated deployment program could lead to even greater achievements." Click here to visit the National Asphalt Pavement Association website.