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PAVEMENT conservation policies ARE THE MOST EFFECTIVE TOOLS to reduce pollutant gas emissions from road transport Pavements with good surface evenness REDUCE VEHICLE EMISSIONS and noise pollution from road traffic
A TOOL FOR CLIMATE NEUTRALITY ON ROADS
Evaluation of the actual impact of pavement on fuel consumption and related emissions
EMIPAV will develop an actual measurement procedure on vehicles in terms of fuel consumption and related emissions to offer concrete proposals to pursue climate neutrality on road infrastructures. It is based on already existing previous studies to establish an efficient measurement process and following analysis to draw concrete conclusions applicable to the Spanish roads and car pool.

PRELIMINARY STUDY

MEASUREMENT

ANALYSIS

PROPOSALS

DISCOVER HOW EMIPAV WILL CONTRIBUTE TO IMPLEMENT POLICIES TO SUPPORT CLIMATE NEUTRALITY
starting from actual impact analysis of pavements on fuel consumption
Fuel consumption (and, by extension, emissions) is closely related to the characteristics of pavements where vehicles circulate. EMIPAV will offer the possibility to draw concrete and reliable conclusions applicable to Spanish roads and car pool to apply effective measures and policies to combat climate change.
EMIPAV CLUSTER
Projects on asphalt pavements studying the impact of road surface conditions on vehicle emissions
Relevant figures
to quantify the impact of pavement conditions on emissions

1kg of CO2 in conservation

avoids up to 36 kg of CO2 of vehicles

1kg of CO2 in conservation

avoids up to 36 kg of CO2 of vehicles

1kg of CO2 in conservation

avoids up to 36 kg of CO2 of vehicles
Words from the COORDINATORS
EMIPAV will offer the possibility to draw irrefutable conclusions on the impact of pavement conditions on CO2 emissions and will prove that road conservation policies are the most efficient tool to combat climate change in the sector of road transport and infrastructures.
EVENT CALENDAR
List of public events (open meetings, project presentations, etc.) and meetings of the EMIPAV working group
TestiMonies
Quotes from relevant experts of the road and environment sectors
Latest news
Summary of the latest updates and information on the development of the EMIPAV project
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Do you want to join EMIPAV or receive more information?

Contact the ASEFMA technical secretariat that coordinates the working groups!