STUDY OF PLASTIC CELL-FILLED CONCRETE BLOCK PAVEMENT FOR RURAL ROAD (PCCBP)

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Avinash B. Kokare 1, Dr. M. G. Dheshmukh 2, Priydarshni Deshmukh 3, Mayuri Takmoghe 3, Esha Bagwan 3, Snehal Borade 3, Shivani Ghaytidak 3

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One of the innovative ways by which the Government of India is addressing the challenges of rural Road development is the use of plastic waste as an alternative material for road construction. Under the Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY), or the Prime Minister’s Rural Road Program, several Implementing state level agencies have utilized plastic waste as alternative road construction materials in various ways, even though still on a pilot basis. It is expected that India will not only reduce the amount of plastic waste that goes to its landfills or incinerators, but also benefit from more efficient rural road Development. The aim is to carry out a review of Plastic Cell-Filled block pavement by the study of Previous experimental studies carried to satisfy the need of sustainable all-weather roads with accessible riding quality in rural areas with satisfactory life span and maintenance cost. 

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Avinash B. Kokare 1, Dr. M. G. Dheshmukh 2, Priydarshni Deshmukh 3, Mayuri Takmoghe 3, Esha Bagwan 3, Snehal Borade 3, Shivani Ghaytidak 3. (2022). STUDY OF PLASTIC CELL-FILLED CONCRETE BLOCK PAVEMENT FOR RURAL ROAD (PCCBP). International Journal of Innovations in Engineering Research and Technology, 365–371. Retrieved from https://repo.ijiert.org/index.php/ijiert/article/view/3342
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