Asphalt millings are a recycled asphalt product made by grinding up asphalt that has been removed from a road or parking lot. The millings are then transported to a facility where they are screened to remove debris and large particles, creating a crushed and pulverized product. They are typically black in color and have a very fine texture, similar to that of gravel or sand. Asphalt millings are a cost-effective and eco-friendly alternative to traditional asphalt. They can be used for a variety of applications, including driveways, walkways, and as a base for new asphalt paving. They also serve as a good drainage material and a suitable material for equestrian arenas and tracks. They are also used as a sub-base for parking lots, driveways, and other surfaces.