Invitation to evaluation of rejuvenators at IFFSTAR’s BioRePavation project

SYLVAROAD RP1000 Performance Additive is being evaluated at a full scale facility in Nantes, France, within the European project BioRePavation.

Join us on the 6th of July to see the full demonstration and learn more about this unique project.

Invitation to the opening day of the BioRePavation demonstrator: “Innovation in bio-recycling of old asphalt pavements”


BioRePavation (Innovation in bio-recycling of old asphalt pavements) is a project of the international ERA-NET Plus Infravation 2014 Call, funded by most of Europeans countries, Israël and United States. This program is dedicated to transport infrastructure innovations.

The project aims to demonstrate that reuse of reclaimed asphaltic materials from pavements can be facilitated using bio-materials. To do so, three technical solutions are proposed aiming to reduce the use of virgin aggregates and petroleum bitumen for road maintenance and construction. An innovative non-destructive technique, for the monitoring of material ageing, will be also assessed.

In order to show that these techniques can be implemented on road networks, the BioRePavation consortium will build during May 2017 a demonstrator at full scale where the innovative solutions will be assessed using the Ifsttar accelerated pavement testing facility.

In order to inform road infrastructure stakeholders about these innovative techniques, the BioRePavation consortium is pleased to invite you to an opening day.

Thursday 6th of July
At Ifsttar – Nantes Center (Alley of the Highways Bouguenais)

Preliminary program of the day:

9h30 -10 h : welcome, coffee
10h–12h : presentations of the innovations (in English)
12h-13h : opening ceremony and cocktail
13h-14h30: lunch
14h30-16h : workshop and presentation in English with the Alterpave project
16h-17h: visit of other Ifsttar facilities

If you wish attend to this opening day, please fill the form by following the link below:


To learn more about SYLVAROAD RP1000 and the BioRePavation project, read the RGRA special in Downloads