San Antonio becomes first city to use Modern Asphalt on public roads

mothusi holding example asphalt going into public roads
Behind a pair of orange barricades on Old Fredericksburg Road, a small crowd of local stakeholders gathered this week to watch what seemed like an ordinary pothole repair job. Cameras flashed as a public works crew took turns pouring buckets of asphalt into potholes and smoothing it over with large brooms. But this wasn't just any repair job: Instead of using traditional asphalt, the crews used asphalt mixed with solid carbon – in what project leaders say is the first demonstration of using sequestered carbon on public roads. "This is a demonstration that the rest of the country is going to look to," said Mothusi Pahl, Modern Hydrogen's vice president of business development and government affairs. Read Full Article