This study program has been conducted to investigate the influence of adding waste plastic fibers (WPF) resulting from manual cutting for bottles used in the conservation gassy beverage on different characteristics of ordinary concrete.
Cutting plastic waste by volumetric rates ranging between (0.5%) to (2%) was approved. Reference mix was produced for comparison. Tests were conducted on the models produced from waste plastic fiber concrete like compressive strength, flexural strength and splitting tensile strength. The analysis of the results showed that the use of plastic waste fibers (1%) has led to improve the properties of flexural strength and splitting tensile strength compared with reference concrete .When the( 0.75%)WPF ratio improved the compressive strength as compared with the control specimen . Compressive strength in (28 days) with fiber ratio (0.75%) WPF is higher than equal (5.1%) from compressive strength in (28 days) of reference concrete. Volumetric ratio (1%) WPF can be also observed that each of the flexural strength and splitting tensile strength increases equal (12.5 and 12.5%) respectively, from flexural strength and splitting tensile strength for the reference mix at(28day).