Friday November 24th 2017

Garden Grove Uses Recycled Material for Repaving Projects

GARDEN GROVE Calif. (FNP) – While the city of Cypress continues to make improvements at Lincoln and Moody, other cities are beginning to make improvements to their streets. The City of Garden Grove has begun a novel street pavement project.

Garden Grove will conduct what city officials call a unique, friendly, and cost-effective street paving project. Rather than using new materials, the city will use recycled pavement and cement to create a stabilized road base.

The city says the technique will be stronger and provide a longer life expectancy. As a result, the maintenance costs will be reduced. “The use of recycled materials can reduce costs by up to 25%,” the City Manager Matthew Fertal says.

Garden Grove began the process earlier this month. Westminster Avenue from Bushard Avenue to Brookhurst Street will be paved, along with portions of Brookhurst, Trask, and Chapman Avenues.

Fertal says that parking will not be allowed on streets during the work. “Temporary No Parking” signs have been posted as work is being moved along the roadways.

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