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Nadiya Majeed , Brahamjeet Singh
The quest for substitutes for some concrete elements is ongoing with the goal of reducing the environmental impact of concrete production and improving the final concrete's strength. The management of demolishing waste poses a serious problem, and this is a reason why it has been tried as coarse aggregates in new concrete. However, the properties of aggregate and produced green concrete (concrete made with recycled aggregates from demolishing waste), particularly strength, are condensed and ways of justifying this problem create a dynamic investigation. This is due to the age of the concrete and old mortar adhered effects. Current advancements in waste utilization, waste processing to create coarse aggregates of the desired size, etc., have been presented in. Environmental effects of green concrete and green concrete towards sustainable environment have also been studied. The variation in waste-related published results demonstrates the need for more research in the field to increase trust in its operational application.
M.Tech. Scholar, Department of Civil Engineering, RIMT University, Mandi Gobindgarh, Punjab, India
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