Paper Title
Use of Polythene in Bituminous Mixes: A Review

Bituminous Concrete (BC) is a composite material generally used as a piece of advancement endeavors like road surfacing, air terminals, stopping regions et cetera. It involves dark top or bitumen (used as a clasp) and mineral aggregate which are consolidated and set down in layers then compacted. By and by a days, the tenacious increase in high action constrain similar to business vehicles, and the basic assortment in consistently and general temperature put us in an asking for condition to consider a couple of decisions for the unconstrained making of the black-top properties and quality by applying some vital changes which ought to satisfy both the quality and furthermore reasonable edges. In like manner considering the environmental approach, in view of excessive usage of polythenes in regular business, the sullying to the earth is enormous. Since the polythenes are not biodegradable, the need of the present hour is to use the waste polythene in some supportive purposes. This paper demonstrates an investigation prompted focus the lead of BC mix modified with waste polythene. Distinctive rates of polythene are used for arranging of mixes with a picked add up to assessing as given in the IRC Code. The piece of polythene in the mix is analyzed for various outlining properties by prepare Marshall trial of BC mixes with and without polymer. Marshall properties, for instance, trustworthiness, stream regard, unit weight, air voids are used to choose perfect polythene content for the given audit of bitumen (80/100). Keywords - Bituminous Concrete (BC), Marshall Stability, Flow value, Optimum Polythene Content.