review paper on UTILIZATION OF PET (POLYETHYLENE TEREPHTHALATE) BOTTLE WASTE FOR SELF COMPACTED CONCRETE IN REPLACEMENT OF FINE AGGREGATE
VASAYA AMIRBHAI S, PROF. JUGAL S MISTRI, prashant ray
Cement, F.A-Fine Aggregate, C.A.-Coarse Aggregate, PET WASTE, GLASS fiber compressive strength, flexure strength test ,split tensile strength
Leaving the waste material to the environment directly cause environmental problems. Rapid Industrialization and Urbanization is causing serious environmental problems to the environment. One of the major concerns amongst these is safe and sound disposal of solid wastes. The treatment of effluents from the production of industries results in sludge generation from the treatment plant which poses a huge challenge for its disposal. Therefore, an attempt is made to initialize them in an effective way. In this experimental investigation, an attempt has been made to investigate the behaviour of concrete and its mechanical properties with replacement of cement with CETP sludge. The outcomes show there is a possibility in accommodating the sludge in concrete by solidification. This report is meant for discussion of beneficial utilization of CETP sludge waste with conventional building material in Construction application. From this study, the use of the CETP sludge will be identified for structural and non-structural applications by conducting future experimental studies. To evaluate the effect of dry sludge on concrete performance, its physical and mechanical properties were studied. In this research an attempt is taken to bring into play the sludge waste in various proportions so that the final product property of concrete mixture is same as the control mix. Waste sludge material will be replace cement in various percentages such as 20%,15%, 10%,5% ,and 0%. Reference concrete mix is to be also made for comparative reasons. Test will be conducted on fresh and harden concrete. Cube, cylinder and beam will be casted for grade M30 for the determination of workability, compressive strength, tensile strength and flexure strength.