SUSTAINABLE SOLUTIONS: TRANSFORMING WASTE CONCRETE INTO COARSE GOLD IN CONSTRUCTION
Using an interpretive philosophy alongside a deductive, descriptive approach, this research investigates the conversion of waste concrete into "coarse gold" for sustainable construction. The study uses secondary data collection techniques to examine the technical, economic, alongside environmental aspects. The process of transforming concrete is described, with special attention to its material properties, properties under load, and effects on the environment. The financial viability of recycled concrete has been determined through cost analysis and economic viability. Future research is made possible by the opportunities and challenges that critical analysis reveals. It is suggested that recycling technologies be improved, field tests be carried carried out, and gaps in environmental impact assessments be filled. With its insights into reuse and recycling leftover concrete and its identification of areas for further research, this study advances sustainable building practices.
Concrete Transformation, Recycled Concrete, Sustainable Construction, Environmental Impact, Economic Viability.