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Ideas display below reflect all submittals from prior Standing Committee on the Environment (SCOE) research cycles dating back to 2006.

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1029 05/26/2016Waste Management/Recycling/Brownfields Environmental Impact and Life-Cycle Analysis of Winter Roadway Abrasives Archived
877 10/08/2013Waste Management/Recycling/Brownfields Multi-scale Modification to Enhance the Durability and Sustainability of DOT Asphalt Pavements Archived
878 10/08/2013Waste Management/Recycling/Brownfields Ultrahigh volume fly ash concrete (UHVFAC) for highway infrastructure Archived
846 05/09/2012Waste Management/Recycling/Brownfields Investigate Potential for Saving Water During Concrete Pipe Curing Archived
758 03/31/2011Waste Management/Recycling/Brownfields Optimizing Recycled Asphalt Shingles in HMA Archived
509 05/14/2008Waste Management/Recycling/Brownfields Use of Bio-Degradable Oils by State Maintenance Crews Archived
430 06/15/2007Waste Management/Recycling/Brownfields Beneficial Reuses of Scrap Tires in the Field of Transportation Archived
350 12/11/2006Waste Management/Recycling/Brownfields Increased Use of Environmentally Preferable, Green Seal, and other Non-Toxic Products to Reduce Costs, Liabilities, and Pollution at DOT Offices, Maintenance Facilities and Rest Stops Archived
188 05/08/2006Waste Management/Recycling/Brownfields Increasing the Use of Recycled Materials through Improved Risk Analysis and Decision Making Tools for Evaluating the Beneficial Use of Materials and through Educating DOT Staff about Benefits Archived
195 05/08/2006Waste Management/Recycling/Brownfields Develop a Compendium of Sustainable Design Ideas for Use by a Wide Range of Transportation Segments and Test the Design Methodologies in a Pilot Case Archived
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