This experimental study investigates the impact of banana peel powder (BPP) and orange peel powder (OPP) as partial replacements on cement's physicomechanical properties. The testing of dried and powdered fruit peels is conducted in accordance with the standards ASTM C150 and ASTM C109. BPP exhibits strong pozzolanic binding characteristics, enhancing compressive strength when used at replacement percentages of 4 %, 6 %, and 8 %. Conversely, the addition of OPP to cement negatively affects compressive strength, falling below the required standard. These findings demonstrate the potential of BPP in producing high-quality cement while suggesting that OPP may not be suitable as a direct substitute in its current form. Utilizing banana peels in cement improves its structural properties, offering a sustainable and cost-effective solution for various construction applications.