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World Journal of Engineering
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Bashir Ahmed Memon, *Mahboob Oad, Abdul Hafeez Buller and Amjad Hussain Bhutto


Use of demolishing waste in new concrete as coarse aggregates not only solves the waste management issue to some extent, protect the environment from bad impacts of the waste and associated problems but also provide an alternative material in place of conventional ingredients of concrete. However, its basic properties and properties of concrete utilizing it must be checked to ensure serviceability of concrete without compromising on key parameters, i.e., strength. The influence of the basic properties of the material on final strength of the product is evident. Therefore, this article presents a comprehensive review of the basic properties of the recycled coarse aggregates from demolishing waste determined by several scholars around the world. It is believed that the outcome will not only enrich the literature on the topic but also will help the future researchers of the field in comparison and analysis of the properties.

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