The Rapid Development In Housing and Infrastructure from Last One Decade Continuously Takes
Place In India. Along With That Naturally the Product Required to Overcome This Development Produce In
Mass Quantities Like Pavement Blocks, Which Are Known As Industrial Products of Precast Made Up By
Concrete, Having Various Shapes and Sizes Utilizes In Huge Quantity In Housing and Infrastructure
Construction. the Conventional Materials In Manufacturing These Blocks Are Utilized In Large Quantity,
Which May Create Impact on Natural Resources. to Overcome These Impact, We Can Use Different Materials
Such As, Sisal Fiber, Waste Glass, Fly Ash Etc, Which Helps to Save Natural Resources and Achieve
Economy So That Buyers and Sellers of These Type of Materials Can Also Get Benefited.
The Present Experimental Research Investigation Examines the Effect of Waste Glass, Fly Ash and Sisal
Fibers at Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregate and Cement Respectively, Experiment Is Done on M20 Mix,
With 15, 30 45 Partial Replacement of Both Sand and Cement. Similarly, Sisal Fiber Is Also Added In
The Concrete Paving Block In 1, 1.5 and 2 of Weight of Cement, So As to Provide Compressive
Strength to the Same. After Getting Optimum Percentage of All These, Further Experimental Work Is
Intended Over the Use of All These Three In a Single Paving Block. the Replaced Ingredients In This
Research Are Artificial Waste or Partially Natural Waste. Experimentation Is Carried Out to Find The
Compressive Strength ...