Recycled aggregates have an important role to play in construction activities in the world today to save natural aggregates because of industrial development. The goal of the research is to assess the suitability of recycled aggregates for the construction of new roads, which will help to achieve the efficiency of road construction and also Assist to prevent environmental deterioration in the extraction and reducing pollution. In contrast with natural aggregates, recycled aggregates are of lower quality, mainly due to the brittle nature of the cement mortar attached to them. The point of the study is to increase the performance of RCAs in an environmentally friendly managing RCAs. In this process, RCAs are first soaked in acetic acid solution in which acetic acid reacts with cement attached to the surface of the RCA. This reaction weakens the attached mortar and allows separating from the RCAs by using mechanical friction later. Treated RCAs have lower water absorption and lower cement mortar adhesion. These RCAs that have been used as aggregates in new concrete, increased the compressive strength, the tensile strength, and the flexural strength of the concrete by 26%, 11% and 26% at 28 days, respectively. It is clean, safe, efficient, and a new method to be applied so no harmful products are used and no dangerous substances are incorporated into the RCAs that are being treated. The waste treatment solution was used as a solvent for fresh construction, increasing the strength of the concrete as well as decreasing its environmental effects.