ePAVE for Infrastructure
of the world lives in urban areas today
of the world will live in urban areas by 2050
Smarter, more resilient cities start with ePAVE
2.5 billion – two out of every three people – will live in cities by 2050*. This increase in city dwellers means more traffic for people and goods movement, leading to more distressed pavement in already overburdened urban infrastructures. Billions in repairs are needed on California roads, and as the heat from climate change continues to escalate, cities will need to think strategically as they rise to meet these challenges.
REPAIRS NEEDED ON CALIFORNIA STATE ROADS
REPAIRS NEEDED ON LOCAL CALIFORNIA ROADS
Using patented polymer technology and a blend of organic ingredients, safe, non-toxic ePAVE will save you money on pavement repairs while making substantial impact on urban heat islands – a cost-effective way to improve air and water quality, lower Greenhouse Gas Emissions (GHG) that contribute to climate change, reduce energy consumption and improve community health. In neighborhoods where heat islands are a problem, ePAVE is a path to environmental equity. ePAVE is also LEED** qualified, giving urban planners an innovative way to meet green building standards. Find out more about making ePAVE part of your city’s strategy for sustainability.