FDR recycles the materials from deteriorated asphalt pavement, and with the addition of cement, creates a new stabilized base.
The old asphalt and base materials are pulverized, mixed with cement and water, and compacted to produce a strong, durable base for either an asphalt or concrete surface. There's no need to haul in aggregate or haul out existing material for disposal. Construction truck traffic is reduced and there is little or now waste.
The recycled base will be stronger, more uniform, and more moisture resistant than the original base, which results in a longer, lower-maintenance life. Most importantly, recycling costs are normally 25%-50% less than removal and replacement of the old pavement.