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California to Help Finance a Glass Processing Facility

The facility will process glass fines into a product used in high-strength concrete.

Municipalities and companies across the nation are ending glass recycling programs because the material is beginning to lose its value. But in California, the state is trying to keep glass recycling alive by helping to finance a facility that will process glass fines into a product used in high-strength concrete.

This move goes hand-in-hand with the state’s new recently approved reporting and inspection rules for glass sorting and cleanup facilities.  

Resource Recycling has more information:

The state of California is helping to finance a facility that will process glass fines into a product used in high-strength concrete. Meanwhile, state regulators recently approved new reporting and inspection rules for glass sorting and cleanup facilities.

CalRecycle recently announced it awarded a $3 million grant to Sioneer Stockton, LLC, a company working to build a glass processing facility in Stockton, Calif. Sioneer’s parent company is Glass Processing Solutions (GPS).

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