waste classification technical guideline,waste which will then help ensure that the correct transport, storage, treatment and disposal options are selected. there are two basic steps for classifying waste, which are then explained in more detail within this document: step 1: determine if the material is waste or not. step 2: classify the waste. 1.2 who should use the waste.recycling of e-plastic waste as a construction material in,this paper presents an experimental investigation on structural concrete with partial replacement of coarse aggregate using electronic plastic waste (e-plastic). in view of utilizing the non-degradable waste in the construction industry, the e-plastic from computer plastics was considered as coarse aggregate..effective utilization of e-waste in concrete,ssrg international journal of civil engineering (ssrg-ijce) – volume 5 issue 5 – may 2018 issn: 2348 – 8352 www.internationaljournalssrg.org page 30 effective utilization of e-waste in concrete sidharthan k. v 1, shameem v. s , sayid noufal p. s , mohammed kunhi m. k 1, shaiju p , dona chacko2.recycle of e-waste in concrete - international journal of,reuse of very finely grounded e-waste in concrete has economical and technical advantages for solving the disposal of large amount of e-waste, reuse in complete industry may be the most feasible application. e-waste particles can be used as coarse aggregate, fine aggregate, fine filler in concrete depending on its chemical composition.
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international journal of engineering research-online vol.3., issue.4., 2015 a peer reviewed international journal (july-aug) articles available online http://www.ijoer.in research article issn: 2321-7758 use of electronic waste as a partial replacement of coarse aggregate in concrete p.k. roy1, devansh jain2, vijay meshram3 1 m.tech. scholar, sagar institute of research and technology-e 2 assistant professor, uit-rgpv 3 assistant professor, sagar institute of research.irjet- a review paper on use of e-waste in concrete by,they concluded that e-waste is the potentially viable material to be used as fine aggregate to produce durable concrete., its use as fine aggregate in concrete will help in alleviating the.utilisation of e – plastic waste in concrete - ijert journal,shadab siddiqui, india, march 2015, scope of utilisation of e-waste in concrete, international journal of advance research in science and engineering, vol. no.4, special issue (01). is-10262 2009, guidelines for concrete mix design proportioning, bureau of indian standards, new delhi..a study of strength of concrete by using e-waste material,ijsrd - international journal for scientific research & development| vol. 4, issue 03, 2016 | issn (online): 2321-0613 all rights reserved by www.ijsrd.com 75 a study of strength of concrete by using e-waste material mukesh u. donadkar1 prof. s. s. solanke2 1m. tech. scholar assistant2 professor 1,2department of civil engineering 1,2ghrce, nagpur
ijste - international journal of science technology & engineering | volume 3 | issue 04 | october 2016 issn (online): 2349-784x all rights reserved by www.ijste.org 7 an experimental study on concrete by using e- waste as partial replacement for course aggregate sunil ahirwar pratiksha malviya m. tech. scholar professor.experimental investigation of e-waste based,information on the use of e-waste in concrete. partial replacement of aggregate by e-waste has been experimentally carried out. the use of e-waste, we can overcome many environmental problems as it reduces the landfill due to e-waste and reduced the use of.vol. 4, issue 7, july 2015 e-waste management by,biodegradable components of e-waste as a partial replacement of the coarse or fine aggregates in concrete. this study focuses on the utilization of e-waste plastic particles in concrete and tests the feasibility of utilizing shredded e-plastic particles as partial replacement of coarse aggregate..review of literature on electronic waste materials used in,research is being carried out on the utilization of e-waste products in concrete. the use of e-waste products in concrete not only makes it economical, but also helps in reducing disposal problems. total replacement of concrete is not possible due to no material plays the role of concrete in terms of strength, durability and workability.
cement for the comparative study of e–waste concrete and conventional concrete. river sand was used as coarse aggregate as per is 383–1970 for e–waste and conventional concrete. e–waste is the material for replacement of coarse aggregate. aggregates are the important component gives body to the concrete, reduce shrinkage and greater.partial replacement of e-plastic waste as coarse-aggregate,the utilization of e plastic waste materials is a partial solution to environmental and ecological problems. as the use of e plastic waste will reduces the aggregate cost and provides a good strength for the structures and roads. it will reduces the landfill cost and it is energy saving..experimental study on use of e-waste plastics as coarse,it is found that use of e- waste aggregates results in the formation of concrete which has lesser weight than that of conventional concrete. salman siddique, et al.  made an experimental study to describe the strength development pattern of e-waste concrete is similar to that of conventional concrete but there is a decrease in strength at all the curing ages..ramagiri arjun kumar* et al. (ijitr) international journal,using e plastic waste within the fiber form in concrete. the e plastic waste (insulation wires) is shredded into fibers of specific shape and size. several design concrete mixes with various percentages of waste plastic fibers for 3 aspect ratios, are casted into desire size
it is identified that e-waste can be disposed by using them as construction materials and can be used as a coarse aggregate in concrete. when e-waste is introduced in concrete, it has been.review of e-waste material used in making of concrete,so it is essential to dispose. the e-waste like non-metals part of pcbs can be recovered and can be use as a ingredient in concrete. so we can partial replace the material to achieve desire concrete in terms of their properties. this paper presents an overview on possible use of e.experimental investigations on concrete with e-plastic waste,one of the new waste materials used in the concrete industry is the e-plastic waste. for solving thedisposal of large amount of plastic material, the reuse of plastic in concrete industry is considered as the most feasible application. due to depletion of natural coarse aggregate, alternative suitable materials need to be found and e-plastic.geopolymer concrete with ewaste,electronic waste (e-waste) is one of the new waste materials that are emerging in the concrete industry. disposal of large amounts of e-waste material can be reused in the concrete industry where it also solves the disposal problem. hence, the recycling and reusing of e-waste in the concrete industry is considered as the most feasible application. e-waste is a
the electrical and electronic waste (e-waste) is one of the fastest growing waste in india. the increasing “market penetration” in developing countries, and “high obsolescence rate” make e-waste as one of the fastest growing waste streams. the e-waste has become a matter of concern.partial replacement of cement concrete by waste materials,ijedr1702215 international journal of engineering development and research (www.ijedr.org) 1374 partial replacement of cement concrete by waste materials 1kunchala anjaneyulu, 1assistant professor, 1civil engineering, 1sri saijyothi engineering college, hyderabad,india..utilization of e-waste in concrete and its environmental,e-waste is used as one such alternative for aggregate in concrete. this paper presents a summary on probable use of e-waste in concrete on the basis of different researchers and it marches strong possibility of e-waste being used as additional of aggregate as well as environmental impact..electronic waste as a filler in concrete - iopscience,electronic waste as a filler in concrete. j junak 1, n junakova 1 and v csiszar 1. published under licence by iop publishing ltd iop conference series: materials science and engineering, volume 549, xxv international conference and meeting of departments, construmat 2019 29–31 may 2019, zuberec, slovakia citation j junak et al 2019 iop conf. ser.: mater. sci.
e-waste. informal processing of e-waste in developing countries can lead to adverse human health effects and environmental pollution. waste rounded steel bearings are included in concrete of paver blocks in different rates. compressive strength of paver.a review study on partial replacement of coarse aggregate,siddhique et al. (2015) gave an overview on the use of e-waste as a substitute/replacement of aggregate in concrete. the effect of e-waste on the properties of concrete such as compressive strength, split tensile strength and durability were presented . s.p. kale.use of waste materials as a replacement of coarse,use of waste in concrete: research efforts has been done to match society’s need for safe and economic disposal of wastematerials. the use of waste materials saves natural resources and dumping spaces, and helps to maintain aclean environment. the current concrete construction practice is thought unsustainable because, not only it isconsuming enormous quantities of stone, sand, and