WBI’s Delta S™ Scientifically Engineered Dual-Action Reclaimed Asphalt Rejuvenator and WMA Now Commercially Available

WILMINGTON, June 4, 2015 — The Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry, LLC (WBI) and Collaborative Aggregates, LLC announce the commercial availability of Delta S™, an easy-to-use liquid additive that reverses aging and oxidation in reclaimed asphalt for exceptional performance and longevity. Delta S also performs as a warm mix asphalt (WMA) additive, significantly reducing paving temperatures and minimizing energy consumption. 100% worker safe and environmentally friendly, Delta S can be used in any traditional hot mix, recycling, in-place recycling or warm mix asphalt application. Renewably sourced, this plant based solution reduces paving costs by increasing the amount of reclaimed asphalt that can be effectively used while reducing paving temperatures needed for optimal performance.

  • Single tank storage for dual purpose WMA and recycled asphalt rejuvenator
  • Can be added during any phase of production
  • Non-toxic, worker safe and environmentally friendly
  • Enables the use of higher ratio RAP and RAS to virgin asphalt and aggregate without affecting pavement performance
  • Third-party test data shows comparable performance to virgin asphalt
  • Significantly lowers paving temperatures, reducing energy usage and extending paving season

About John Warner, PhD
Dr. Warner co-founded the scientific discipline of Green Chemistry, which takes its cues from nature and biology and is used to design products and processes that have reduced impact on human health and the environment. For his pioneering work, Warner was awarded the Perkin Medal in 2014, widely acknowledged as the highest honor in American industrial chemis­try.

About Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry, LLC
The Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry, founded in 2007 by John Warner and Jim Babcock, is an invention factory that creates sustainable technologies for all industries that are touched by the chemical enterprise. WBI’s application of Green Chemistry to innovation is invariably based on the principle that safety and sustainability are inseparable from superior performance and cost. For more information please visit: http://www.warnerbabcock.com/

About Collaborative Aggregates, LLC
Collaborative Aggregates, LLC was established in 2014 to manufacture, market and sell engineered construction products that are developed by the Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry. These construction and infrastructure materials adhere to the principles of Green Chemistry and as such are high-performing, cost-competitive and easy-to-use with dramatically improved human and environmental safety profiles. For more information please visit: http://www.collaborativeaggregates.com


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