Concrete industry is one of the largest consumers of the natural resources due to which sustainability of concrete Industry is under threat. The environmental and economic concern is the biggest challenge concrete industry is facing. In this report, the issues of environmental and economic concerns are addressed by the use of waste glass powder as partial replacement for fine aggregates in concrete. Fine aggregates were replaced by waste glass powder as 0%, 10%, 15% and 20% by the weight of fine aggregates for M-20 mix. The concrete specimens were tested for compressive strength at 7 and 28 days of age and the results obtained were compared with those of normal concrete. The results conclude the permissibility of using waste glass powder as partial replacement for fine aggregates up to 15%.
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