Most recycling in the United States comes from single stream collection. And, glass accounts for 25% of that or more—a trend that’s increasing every year.
Our process was designed to work with glass supplied from single stream sources. And, by separating out any remaining
non-ferrous, paper, or other foreign materials, our equipment ensures that our final product is glass—and glass only.
Complete Glass Disposal
75% of glass in the waste stream (around 9 million tons of it) winds up in landfills each year. And, any remaining glass that’s under 3/8 inch in size is unusable to current glass processors, making matters only worse.
We’ve found a way to grind, clean, and sort even the smallest particles of glass. Which means we can purchase your entire waste glass supply—not just part of it—and you can stop adding valuable glass (and dollars) to local landfills.
Usuable recycled glass is in high demand in industrial markets. In fact, most industrial markets require 30-100K tons per year, per plant. Due to residue and optical scanning requirements, supply can’t keep up.
Our product is a 99% clean, pure mineral that has already been identified by industrial markets as a valuable feedstock material. And, because we recover 100% of waste glass, meeting demand is just a matter of finding the supply—not
Today, the use of some industrial feedstock materials is actually toxic to humans. And, with the amount of waste material going into landfills (about 163 Million Tons per year), industrial markets are interested—more than ever—in reducing their carbon footprint.
Our product is environmentally responsible and helps industrial markets qualify for LEED certification points. And, it’s virtually 100% free of heavy metals, and other materials that could be considered toxic or dangerous. So you can rest assured that it’s good for your bottom line—and for the environment too.