Regency Technologies has opened a glass recycling operation in Ohio.
Cleveland-based Regency, which does information technology asset recycling, said the new facility is in Upper Sandusky, Ohio. The plant will take any device that contains cathode ray tube (CRT) glass and break it down, dismantle and recycle it, the company said in a news release.
Regency is launching the operation in partnership with Natrona Heights, Pa.-based Dlubak Glass Co., a recycler of television and personal computer monitor CRT glass. The new plant is adjacent to a Dlubak Glass facility.
Dlubak Glass will recycle the separated CRT glass into furnace-ready cullet that is reused in many applications, including road surface paving material, building construction and aggregate products.
No further details about the new operation were given.