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DNR contact
Mike Halsted
101 S Webster St - OB/7
PO Box 7921
Madison WI 53707-7921
608-345-3577
Company contact
James Mertes
Environmental manager
N3 W23650 Badinger Rd
Waukesha WI 53187
262-524-1849
Payne and Dolan, Inc. [exit DNR]

Payne & Dolan, Inc. Tier 1 participant since 2/24/2017

Payne & Dolan, Inc. is a Waukesha-based asphalt production and infrastructure construction firm. Payne & Dolan is applying for Tier 1 of the Green Tier program, which is designed to encourage, recognize and reward companies that are committed to superior environmental performance.

About the Company

Payne & Dolan is a part of a family of construction companies that have served the needs of their customers for over 85 years, producing and providing world-class construction materials and services. Payne & Dolan has been awarded the Hot Mix Asphalt Environmental Leadership Award, demonstrating exemplary performance in safety, plant appearance and community relations. Payne & Dolan has also been repeat recipients of the Ecological Award from the National Asphalt Pavement Association.

As a part of Green Tier, Payne & Dolan will implement an Environmental Management System (EMS), which will be used to set goals, assess their progress and identify improvements.

Environmental activities

Payne & Dolan pursues ecologically safe and environmentally sound methods of operations. Recent environmental achievements include:

  • Recycling asphalt pavement into new products;
  • Recycling asphalt shingles;
  • Utilizing recycled oil at asphalt plants as a fuel source for heat generation;
  • Manufacturing porous pavement which reduces stormwater runoff while increasing water filtration, improving water quality and detention capacity, and reducing the effects of urban heat islands; and,
  • Utilizing rubblization, a sustainable pavement reconstruction technique, in which failing concrete pavement is left in place and rubblized (fractured) and used as the base for a new layer of asphalt pavement.

Acceptance letter

Application

Last revised: Thursday March 02 2017