Abstract: This paper reports the experimental investigation on the basic properties of recycled brick-mortar fine aggregate and compares them with natural fine aggregates. Use of recycled aggregate in concrete can be useful to reduce the environmental contamination. Basic changes in every aggregate property are resolved and their impacts on cementing work are examined. Indispensable concrete properties are observed where compressive strength & split tensile strength for full replacement of recycled brick-mortar fine aggregate (RBM) instead of natural fine aggregate.

Keywords: Salvaged Super-Structure Waste, Recycled Brick-Mortar Fine Aggregate (RBM), Compressive strength, Split tensile strength.