In urban regions worldwide, saving energy, lowering carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, and disposing waste arising from the manufacturing of diverse consumer products remain major challenges. Annually, millions of tons of ceramic wastes are generated and only a few percent are recycled. The incorporation of these wastes into concrete as replacement agents for some of the cement and natural aggregate is strategized as one of the possible solutions. In this chapter, the utilization of ceramic waste as binder and/or aggregate in the concrete industry is widely assessed. The main aim was to evaluate the workability performance, and the mechanical and chemical properties of the achieved ceramic wastes blended modified mortar and concrete. Reuse of such wastes was found to enhance the fresh and mechanical properties of prepared concrete. It was concluded that the proposed modified mortar/concrete obtained using ceramic wastes offered definitive environmental benefits by minimizing global warming. Given that concrete is still the most used man-made material universally, such a proposition would significantly reduce the landfill requirements for ceramic waste that is unsuitable for recycled ceramic production.