Environmentally Friendly and Recycling

Action Asphalt LLC is committed to being 100% environmentally safe and preserving the natural beauty of Michigan. Action Asphalt avoids using harmful chemicals and has been banned by local municipalities as well as recycle and reuse materials for future projects.

Visit the Huron River Watershed Council for more information on the harmful effects of Coal Tar-Based Sealcoat to you’re health and the environment: https://www.hrwc.org/what-we-do/programs/advocacy-and-policy/coal-tar/


Action Asphalt LLC, back in 2016, was featured on NBC WDIV Local 4 for complying with Hamburg Townships ban on coal tar seal for driveways. Action Asphalt LLC now proudly use Seal Masters Polymer-Modified MasterSeal (PMM). An environmentally friendly, mineral reinforced asphalt emulsion pavement sealer blended with polymers and special surfactants for superior adhesion, flexibility and durability.

Action Asphalt LLC, was featured on NBC WDIV Local 4, interview by Guy Gordon, for complying with Hamburg Townships ban on coal tar seal for driveways. Video linked below: https://www.clickondetroit.com/news/hamburg-township-bans-coal-tar-driveway-sealants

For more information on Seal Masters Polymer-Modified MasterSeal (PMM).  please view the link below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FcDcQC2zyxQ

Action Asphalt LLC also has been approved to use Seal Masters Polymer-Modified Master-Seal (PMM):

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Recycled Concrete

Recycled Concrete

When Action Asphalt LLC, excavates old and cracked Concrete from a work site, it is then transported to one of our plants. There it is crushed and ground down to 21AA (MDOT Specified size for recycled concrete) and reused for sub-base on future driveways and parking lots.







Recycled Paving

Recycled Paving

When Action Asphalt LLC, excavates old asphalt from a driveway, parking lot, and roads, it is then hauled to one of our plants to be recycled. 20% of the older asphalt is ground up and mixed into newer asphalt and reused on new construction projects.