|The recycling of demolished concrete could not only help conserve natural resources, but could also help
solve a growing waste-disposal crisis. Reclaimed concrete material (RCM) has been used as aggregate in
Portland cement concrete pavements, and is covered by conventional aggregate specifications and by several
highway agency specifications in many countries. This study is disintegration some waste concrete blocks,
prior to conducting screen analysis. After which, the RCM would be used as an aggregate for asphalt concrete.
The results of this study shows that the optimal content according to the Marshall mix design methods, the RCM
asphalt concrete needs higher than that of normal asphalt concrete. The RCM asphalt concrete is higher than that
of normal asphalt concrete in stability value, flow value, VMA, indirect tensile strength, and resilient modulus.
The unit weight and rut depth of the RCM asphalt concrete is less than that of normal asphalt concrete. Based
on this study, the RCM asphalt concrete can be applied in flexible pavement.