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12/6/2019 Researchers have discovered how to make concrete from recycled glass by turning it back into sand. Orca Civil Products Director Alan Travers said the partnership produced results useful in
1/12/2009 Two levels of replacement for the recycled glass sand to replace the na tural sand wer e used in this study, namely 50% and 100%, while single replacement of 20% was used
Four series of specimens were made: 0%, 33%, 66%, and 100% of recycled waste glass (RG) as a sand (FA) replacement. The binder mass did not change (8%). The research results showed that ternary mixtures of lime, sand, and recycled waste glass had a higher compressive strength and lower density compared to the reference specimen.
The aim of this work was to assess the role of recycled container waste glass in a sand-lime mix. The waste was used as a substitute for the quartz sand. To verify the suitability of recycled glass for the production of sand-lime products, the physical and mechanical properties of sand
66%, and 100% of recycled waste glass (RG) as a sand (FA) replacement. The binder mass did not change (8%). The research results showed that ternary mixtures of lime, sand, and recycled waste glass had a higher compressive strength and lower density
A less known solution, however, is using the waste glass in composite products, including sand-lime. The aim of this work was to assess the role of recycled container waste glass in a sand-lime mix. The waste was used as a substitute for the quartz sand.
Crushed recycled glass was evaluated as an alternative to silica sand in dual-media filters. Pilot scale inline filtration experiments were carried out using raw waters from three different water sources with turbidities between 6.0 and 14.0 NTU. Two
100% in the amount of superplasticizer was required to keep the same slump when only 10% of natural. sand was substituted by crushed waste glass aggregate. Increasing the replacement level of natural sand by. the crushed glass aggregate required further increase of
including concrete aggregate, cement mix, abrasive media, pipe bedding material (replacing natural sand), leachate drainage layer material in landfills (replacing gravel), landscaping and water filtration. The use of recycled glass as a substitute for quarried material
The possibility of recycling mixed colour waste glass as it is for manufacturing decorative architectural mortars, has been investigated. In mortars, the 0–33–66–100% of calcareous gravel volume has been replaced with recycled glass cullets, with no other inorganic addition. To mitigate the possible alkali–silica reaction, mixes with a hydrophobic admixture were also compared. The
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