This study ended up being carried out to evaluate the consequence of traditional and professional spend authorized for road construction in the surrounding environment and adjacent water bodies. A listing of building and maintenance materials was chosen for this examination based on their particular broad use and information obtained from their material security datasheets. A toxicity-based method ended up being employed as an effective way of screening the poisoning of the chosen materials. Toxicity tests using algae and Daphnia were carried out to look for the degree of poisoning in water elutriates ready through the chosen products that emulate storm water runoff. Lots of the tested construction materials turned out to be toxic into test organisms. Hefty metals including aluminum, arsenic, lead, and mercury plus some hydrocarbon compounds present in test elutriates were significant reasons of poisoning. However, assessed poisoning ended up being significantly paid off or eliminated whenever elutriates had been permitted to be in contact with selected soils. Under real industry problems, components apart from earth sorption such as volatilization, photolysis, and biodegradation tend to be considered to more lower the toxicity of violent storm liquid runoff.