The vast measure of Industrial squanders as expanded step by step and transfer turns into an intense issue. It is important to use the steel slag squander affectively with specialized advancement in each field.

Normally murrum soil has been utilized for development of all classes of streets in our nation. Despite the fact that murrum is a decent development material, because of shortage they increment the development taken a toll at a few sections of the nation , a few sorts of murrum soils are observed to be inadmissible for street development in perspective of higher better portion and over the top versatility properties.

For example, utilized modern material like steel slag in development of street asphalt. Its transfer bringing about extreme wellbeing and ecological perils in street development enterprises is continuously increasing huge significance in India considering the transfer, natural issues and progressive exhaustion of regular assets like soil and totals.

Steel slag is a waste material created as a by-item amid the assembling of steel from steel enterprises. The amount of era is around 24 lacs MT for every year from (Ref.Report.CRRI-2010) distinctive steel businesses in the India.

By and by, it has no applications and dumped heedlessly on the exorbitant land accessible close to the plants. In this review, a common steel slag was gathered from a M/s Jindal Steel Iindustry Pvt.Ltd Sinnar MIDC, (M.S) in India and its attainability for use in various layers of street development was explored.

To enhance its Geotechnical building properties, the Steel Slag material was mechanically balanced out with locally accessible soil in the scope of 5 – 25%. Geotechnical parameters of these balanced out blends were assessed to explore their reasonableness in the development of various layers of street Technical determination of steel slag is created for usage in the development of dike, sub level and sub base layer of Flexible asphalt.

Keywords: Compaction test, CBR test, Index Properties, Moisture Absorption test.