Civil Engineering Publications By State

Not Specific to any State






  • “Liner and drainage layer protection: Tire chips.” (2000) Kentucky Division of Waste Management.
  • “Tire chip use in landfills and other civil engineering applications.” (1999) Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet, DEP, Division of Waste Management





New York

  • “Funding Innovative Uses for Scrap Tires.” BioCycle.
  • Messinger, B. “Madison County to use scrap tires.”
  • Zicari, L. (2006) “Use of tire derived aggregate in septic systems.”
  • “Beneficial Use of Tire Shreds as Lightweight Fill.” (2001) NEWMOA Fact Sheet
  • Various New York projects
  • Adirondack International Speedway, Lewis County, crash absorber racetrack barrier walls (2000’s)
  • Albany County, gas collection lines (current)
  • Aquaterra Systems, Waren County, private forest road (2004)
  • Arthritis Foundation, Albany, crash absorber, temporary racetrack barrier walls (2000’s)
  • Ava, Oneida County, leachate collection (current)
  • BCD Tire Chip Manu., Inc., Schenectady County, indoor-outdoor riding area drainage (2003)
  • Casings, Inc., Catskill, Greene County, parking lot drainage (1990’s)
  • Chautauqua County, lightweight tire bales, drainage (2001-2004)
  • Chestertown Conservation Club, Warren County, berm and backstop at shooting range, (1990’s)
  • Clinton County, leachate collection system (current)
  • DANC, Jefferson County, landfill gas system (current)
  • Dave Osbom’s Family Fun Park, Catskill, Greene County, private driveway (1990)
  • Delaware County, CR-20 near Broome Co. border, frost-heave solution (2000)
  • Delaware County, stormwater management structure lining (2004)
  • Fort Drum, Jefferson County, earthen wall for house to train army personel (1990’s)
  • Hakes C&D, Steuben County, leachate collection (current)
  • High Acres, Monroe County, leachate collection (current)
  • I-87, near Plattsburgh, overpass (2004-5)
  • I-87, north of Albany between exits 15 & 16, traffic cross-over (2006)
  • Madison County, leachate collection system (2001)
  • Marina at Lighthouse Point, Rouses Point, Clinton County, breakwater (1990’s)
  • Mill Seat, Monroe County, leachate collection (current)
  • Modern Tire Recycling, Lewiston, Niagara County, natural aggregate replacement (1999)
  • Modern, Niagara County, leachate collection system (1996-present)
  • National Fuel Supply Corp., Hamburg, Erie County, pipeline bedding (1990’s)
  • NYS Office of General Services, Erie County, backfill material (1990’s)
  • NYS Thruway Authority, between interchanges 53 & 54, near Buffalo, embankment (2002)
  • NYSDOT, Rte. 17 (now I-86) Exit 79, near Binghamton, embankment (1999)
  • Private Residence, Saugerties, Ulster County, private driveway (1990’s)
  • Private Residence, Schenectady County, earthen landscape retaining wall (2005)
  • Private Residence, Tompkins County, earthen walls for house (1990’s)
  • Private Residence, Ulster County, foundation backfill (2000’s)
  • Private Residence, Ulster County, foundation backfill (2005)
  • Ridge Runners Gun Club, Kingston, Ulster County, gun range backstop (1990’s)
  • Sara Spa Rod & Gun Club, Saratoga County, backstop at shooting range (2006)
  • Seneca Meadows, Seneca County, leachate collection liner (1997-present)
  • South Stream Enterprises, Fulton County, driveway/parking lot base (2000’s)
  • SR-240X, Cattaraugus County, fill behind bridge approaches (2006)
  • The Tire Shredder, Schoharie County, foundation backfill (1990’s)
  • Tire Recycling Inc., Saugerties, Ulster County, private parking lot (1990’s)
  • Town of Brookshaven, Suffolk County, Long Island, landfill roads & berm construction (1990’s-present)
  • Town of Colonie, Albany County, landfill roads, gas collection lines (1990’s-present)
  • Town of Shawangunk, Wallkill, Ulster County, erosion control mat for riprap substitute (1990’s)
  • Town of Shawangunk, Wallkill, Ulster County, retaining wall backfill at transfer station (1990’s)
  • Town of Webb, Old Forge, Herkimer County, erosion control at snowmobile trail culvert crossings (1990’s)
  • Washington County, lightweight tire bales, drainage (2002)



South Carolina