USES OF CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION WASTE AS PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF FINE AGGREGATE AND COARSE AGGREGATE IN CONCRETE
Ranjan Kumar Gupta
Department of Ceramic Technology, Government College of Engineering and Ceramic Technology Kolkata, India
Currently, Situation of Construction and Demolition waste (C&D waste) is a worldwide issue that concerns not only the construction management level of on-site managers but also the sustainable development of the construction industry. Construction and demolition wastes are widely recognized as the main waste stream in India and their recovery and recycling is an important issues in sustainable building industry development. The waste composition of construction and demolition is highly heterogeneous and influenced by various factors, including the raw materials and construction products used. The environmental performance of these materials is therefore considerably variable and, in some cases, does not comply with the regulatory limits established to ensure the protection of the natural environment. In this research paper presents an analysis of data on the environmental behavior of construction and demolition wastes and recycled aggregates in terms of their strength and durability.
Keywords: Reuse, Recycling, Construction And Demolition Waste, Building Materials, Cement
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Research & Development (IJRD)
Published on : 2023-02-10