OPS Revises Standard to Allow Recycled Concrete
March 13, 2017 at 1:20 PM
In 2014, the Canadian Standards Association amended its concrete materials standard (A23.1) to allow the use of reclaimed concrete material as an aggregate in unshrinkable backfill. At the request of Aggregate Recycling Ontario, the Ontario Provincial Standards for Roads and Public Works (OPS) has now revised its municipal-oriented standard for unshrinkable fill (OPSS.MUNI 1359) to allow the use of recycled concrete.
For more information, please read the entire news release from ARO here.