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Polyco provides high-performance, sustainable asphalt solutions for the roofing and paving industries. Powered by our Rapid Digestion Process, we address the challenges of the variability of asphalt by allowing customers to use more upcycled materials in their asphalt formulations and extend the life of their products.
To engineer solutions that make the future better
- We partner with our customers at all levels
- Understand their business needs
- Create leading edge customized solutions
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Say do, can do, will do
Our experts share their thoughts on asphalt sustainability, innovation, safety and creating a culture of care.
Sumer Lucas has been an important part of the Polyco R&D team since 2012. She’s a team player who wears many hats. Sumer was recently appointed to a new director position at Polyco, where she’ll continue to be a key researcher while stepping into a more formal leadership role. We spoke with Sumer about what …
On September 25th, Governor Newsom signed a new bill into law that will enhance the sustainability of California roads. Assembly Bill 661 expands the state’s existing State Agency Buy Recycled Campaign (SABRC) to include more recycled materials in pavements. Here are a few of the highlights: For recycled tire-derived products … total content shall consist …
David Hastings is an integral part of the Polyco team in Ennis, Texas. As the Quality Assurance Engineer, David helps manage the quality management system and works to establish a line of communication between Polyco and its customers. We spoke with David about what he likes most about working at Polyco and what excites him …
As we experience more severe weather events, quality roofing materials are more necessary than ever. The Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety’s (IBHS) roof shingle hail impact ratings provide one way to assess products’ performance under tough wind and hail conditions. What do the top-performing shingles on the list have in common? Many use …