Sao Paulo's second longest highway uses Elvaloy® RET.
Rodovia Marechal Cândido Rondon (officially designated SP-300) is a highway in the state of São Paulo, Brazil. At 620 km, it is one of the more recently built highways in that state, and the state's second longest highway, serving as a key link in Brasil's infrastructure. The highway is managed and maintained by the Department of Roads of the state (DER). A 62-km section was paved in 2006 by contractor Egesa using a CBUQ Faixa III Dersa mix, made with a polymer-modified binder containing Elvaloy® RET.