Valorization of geopolymer paste containing wastes glass
Ismail Luhar1, Salmabanu Luhar2,3
1Shri Jagdishprasad Jhabarmal Tibrewala University, Rajasthan, India
2Frederick Research Center, Frederick University , Nicosia 1036, Southern Cyprus
3Center of Excellence Geopolymer and Green Technology, School of Materials Engineering,
Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP), Perlis 01000, Malaysia
“More industrial developments equals more generation of wastes". Wastes of glasses are blameworthy for the grave issue of pollution of environments chiefly in virtue of their profound accessibility and inconsistency of this stream. With mounting environmental pressure to trim them down and to recycle them as much as possible, the concrete industry has lent a hand to incorporate them with the manufacturing of inorganic, user, and eco-benevolent innovative Geopolymer construction composites. The current review paper studies the most striking points in the context of the production of waste glass integrated Geopolymer paste stressing its valorization in lights of its properties. More often than not, the center of attention here is to embrace the "conversion of wastes into wealth" strategy. That is why, this article reviews with an objective of its confined literature to comprehend its characteristics viz., workability, compressive strength, thermal, microstructure, etc. As a final point, the paper pigeonholes research work challenges, endorsement of potential utilization for this promising brand-new, green valorized Geopolymeric building material in order to establish it as a cost-effective, sustainable, durable construction material as a "futures toolkit”.
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