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Grants available for road projects using rubber-modified asphalt; applications due April 1

The Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet will provide up to $500,000 in grant funding for local road projects that utilize rubber-modified asphalt, rubber from finely ground waste tires. Grants are available to county or metro government entities. Applications must be received by April 1. Money for these projects comes from the Kentucky Waste Tire Trust Fund, which receives $2 from every new tire...

Grant funding available for counties to use recycled waste tires in asphalt paving projects

Energy and Environment Cabinet Secretary Charles G. Snavely announced that grant funding will be made available to counties for projects that use recycled Kentucky waste tires in rubber-modified asphalt paving projects. This grant can be used to fund either chip seal or thin asphalt overlay pavement projects. Counties may apply either for funding for up to 24,000 square yards of chip seal paving or...