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This article discusses the findings of a feasibility study on the partial replacement of natural coarse aggregate with a poor quality recycled aggregate from construction and demolition waste in the manufacture of concrete of 30 MPa strength grade. The mixed recycled aggregate used had a high asphalt and floating material content. Workability, density, compressive and tensile strength, water absorption and sorptivity were studied in a series of concretes containing 25 or 50 % of the recycled aggregate with and without floating materials. (...)
This paper investigates the feasibility of using recycled glass derived from discarded cathode ray tube (CRT) glass as an alternate fine aggregate for the production of dry-mixed concrete paving blocks. The recycled CRT funnel glass used had been acid treated and regarded as a non hazardous material based on the regulatory thresholds of the Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP). Two series of concrete paving blocks were prepared, one with and one without the use of coarse aggregate. Additionally, TiO2, a photo-catalyst was added to the surface layer of the blocks during the fabrication process to effect photo-catalytic reaction for the removal of an air pollutant, nitrogen oxide (NO). For each series, the CRT glass was used to replace the fine aggregate by volume at different ratios. Their physical, mechanical and durability properties, lead leachability, and photocatalytic air purifier performance were studied.
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