The traditional methods are old as dirt, so it’s about time for the “Third Way” to change everything. Conventional roads methods have been around a long, long time — and they’re not getting any better. The “First Way” was asphalt, used for road building around 625 B.C. in Babylon and introduced in the U.S. as asphalt pavement in 1870. Yet it’s still the dominant means at 95%! The “Second Way” was gravel, when a layer of larger rocks was covered by a layer of smaller gravel in France about 240 years ago.
Now, Midwest soil stabilization science brings you the “Third Way,” new NaturalPave, an engineered, environmental alternative to the old ways.