Glass is a material that is made from natural resources such as sand (Silica). All around the world annually million tons of waste glass is being generated. Waste glass is disposed as landfills, that does not decompose in the environment as it is non-biodegradable. When waste glass is grounded to micro size particles then it is expected to undergo pozzolanic reactions with cement hydrates, forming secondary Calcium Silicate Hydrate (C–S–H). In this research paper about waste glass and its properties were discussed. And its usage as supplementary cementitious material and environmental impact were also discussed.Keywords: Waste glass; Supplementary cementitious material; Environment, pozzolanic.
The main purpose of this paper is to explore sustainability studies through the lens of the next generation of thinkers, students on a social studies degree module. Reflections from theory to practice and reflective diaries are outputs from this module in contexts in which learning sustainable practices can be developed through innovative methods rather than those that have been practiced since time immemorial. By exploring students’ evidence that engagement in a critical reflective process with module content and pedagogy that critically analyzes influential models. A variety of opportunities for sustainability practices and transformative learning can be enabled.