Paving Rock Hard Roads Naturally
Watching a road runner cross this section of road recently sprayed with asphalt and the question comes; how is this different from the ecological disaster of an oil spill? Granted asphalt is refined crude oil but what can be learned when you look at the Material Safety Data Sheet?
Examining the Material Safety Data Sheets, asphalt’s MSDS is chock full of serious notations and warnings. Compare this to Petraviam sheet and it’s obvious just how different Petraviam is.
When environmental safety is a key decision criteria, Petraviam emerges as the clear winner.
And the road didn’t hold together very well either. In the photo below you can see the aggregate breaking loose at the surface only three days after the asphalt was sprayed. What does that mean? This road treatment will need to be repeated, putting more toxins into the environment.
Petraviam Paving is Tougher than Asphalt and Lasts for Years