Wednesday, December 15, 2021
12:00 PM-1:00 PM
Online via Zoom Meeting
Theresa Andrejack-Loux, PhD, PE
Technical Director, AeroAggregates of North America
Benjamin Cote, PE, ENV SP
Technical Sales Manager, AeroAggregates of North America
Ultra-lightweight Foamed Glass Aggregate (UL-FGA) is a lightweight fill alternative that is used on infrastructure, commercial, and residential projects. Beneficial properties of UL-FGA include a low unit weight (<15 pcf dry density), good insulating value, high friction angle, non-reactive and non-leaching behavior, volume stability, and porosity. Additionally, the material is made from 100% recycled glass and has an attractive carbon and energy footprint compared to other lightweight fill options. This presentation will cover the physical and engineering properties of UL-FGA, application areas, design considerations, and greater-Boston case studies from projects that have utilized UL-FGA in design and construction.
Registration Deadline: Friday, December 10, 2021
Free for Members, $45 for Non-Members
$20 for Public Sector Non-Members
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