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Bruderheim, Alberta  
Head Office
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Dedicated to Serving Our Customers
Before and after the Sale
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Reducing Life Cycle Costs
With Emulsion Technology
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Brandon, Manitoba
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From Gravel Roads to Major Highways
Western Asphalt has Job Specific Solutions
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Our Plants are both Rail Served by
Canadian National and
Canadian Pacific Railway
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Bruderheim, Alberta
Head Office
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WESTERN ASPHALT PRODUCTS

Western Asphalt is a family owned and operated business with roots going back to 1946.

Western Asphalt has invested in the latest technology to manufacture the highest quality emulsions available in today’s market. With Emulsion Terminals strategically located in Brandon, Manitoba and Bruderheim Alberta our team is able to supply all of Western Canada’s emulsion needs.

Our core belief is using asphalt emulsions for early preventative road maintenance is the key to the longevity of our infrastructure. Asphalt emulsions can reduce lifecycle costs, carbon emissions & minimize natural resource consumption with the latest recycling technology.

 

Western Asphalt will work with purchasing agents and provide technical assistance to efficiently and economically design, build and maintain your infrastructure needs. We can help you choose the right emulsion, material and construction method at the right time for the most economical solution. Custom tailored educational seminars at our Emulsion Terminals are offered, as well as personal visits to local agencies.

Please do not hesitate to call or e-mail our staff for additional information on any of our services offered. info@westernasphalt.ca

 

OUR MISSION

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Promote the recycling of existing roadways through Asphalt Emulsion applications.

OUR VISION

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Using Asphalt Emulsions to reduce natural resource consumption and build a sustainable future.

 

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