Green is the new black … top. Yes, welcome to the wide, wonderful world of environmentally friendly paving material! What next? Eco-conscious LED electric chairs?
We're using "green" in the metaphoric sense, of course — the new Greenpatch cold asphalt mix isn't actually colored green. But if your co-op or condo has driveways, walkways, playgrounds, patios or, who knows, film noir back alleys were private eyes smoke cigarettes while a mournful saxophone plays, well, you bet your asphalt this may be a great non-polluting alternative to your usual blacktop patch product.
That's because your usual blacktop patch product contains such petroleum solvents as diesel, toluene, kerosene, benzene or napthalene. Cold Mix Manufacturing, which makes Greenpatch, says its product uses non-ozone-depleting solvents from renewable sources, cleans easily, and won't give you any long, slow, lingering diseases. (We're paraphrasing.) Used the same way you'd use regular asphalt, and just as recyclable, it comes in your choice of 50- and 60-pound bags — biodegradable, natch.
Someone alert Joni Mitchell, since now you'll pave parking lots and put up a paradise.
Cold Mix Manufacturing • 120-30 28th Avenue, Flushing, NY 11354 • (718) 463-1444 and (914) 562-6684 • email@example.com