100% Recyclable

Glass can be reused perpetually, with no misfortune in quality. 80% of recouped glass holders are made into new glass bottles. The rest is made into other mechanical merchandise.

Reusing Creates Jobs

Glass reusing requires around 8-10 specialists, contrasted with 1 laborer if the glass is landfilled. Making these nearby occupations helps support the neighborhood economy.

Reusing Saves Energy

Making reused glass items from cullet devours 40 percent less vitality than making new glass from crude materials on the grounds that cullet dissolves at a much lower temperature.

Reusing Cuts Waste Disposal Costs

As far as weight, glass makes up around 5% of the waste stream. Reusing glass implies reserve funds on squander accumulation and transfer costs, which are expanding because of landfill transfer costs.

Reusing Saves Raw Materials

Over a huge amount of regular assets are moderated for each ton of glass reused, including 1,300 pounds of sand, 410 pounds of pop powder, 380 pounds of limestone, and 160 pounds of feldspar.

Reusing Reduces CO2 Emissions

For each six tons of reused holder glass utilized, a huge amount of carbon dioxide, an ozone depleting substance, is diminished.

Reusing Extends Landfill Life, Keeping Sanitation Costs Low

Reusing Extends Landfill Life, Keeping Sanitation Costs Low