A Study on Plastic Waste for Replacement of Coarse Aggregate with Soft and Hard Plastic in Concrete

Authors : Parwez Alam; Saurav Yadav; Shivam kumar Jaiswal; Shankar Prakash; Atul Saxena

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 5 - May

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6571255

As the today in the fastest growing word the construction around the world is on the peak and as we know that in building construction concrete is the main constituent apart from that in today time. the plastic waste is one of the most dangerous pollutant for environment because to degrade plastic take throughout of the year. the idea behind this reachers is to overcome these plastic waste with the construction material in order to overcome the environmental problem that the word are facing .this paper aim to review the using to this plastic with replacement of course and fine aggregate and its effect on the property of concrete like workability, Tensile strength test and other tests are separated into compressive strength test and other tests. And on a partially replaced concrete specimen size (150mm X 150mm X 150mm) cube, the results were checked after 7 days, 14 days, and 28 days, and compared to a conventional concrete cube that had 0% percent plastic trash mixed in. Replacement of natural aggregates by recycled plastic aggregate can be as a sustainable development approach toward environmental friendly construction approaches and our test we verry the percentage of plastic 0 to 25% percent by the volume of concrete and adopt mixed design as IS and check its property.

Keywords : Recycle Aggregate, Plastic Waste, Construction Material


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