The county has installed new dumpsters to collect source-separated glass bottles and jars at the Eubanks Road and Ferguson Road Waste and Recycling Centers.
NERC just released the following two resources: The Glass Recovery Hierarchy and Glass Bottle & Fiberglass Manufacturers' Use of Cullet.
KC Recycling announced significant investments to add capacity for all of Canada’s scrap CRT glass.
Balcones Resources and Sedona Recycles received certifications for taking the extra steps to collect and clean up glass.
House Bill 1322 would give residents incentive to recycle their bottles and cans.
E-Scrap News reports an additive will be used for a nearly $3 million glass cleanup left behind from now-closed processor GES.
The new preferred option for glass disposal is for residents to drop off the material at various purple glass-only bins throughout the county.
End of Waste Foundation, Rocky Mountain Bottling Company and Momentum Recycling diverted more than 2 million pounds of glass from landfills in July and August.
The certification recognizes MRFs taking extra steps to clean up glass.
Ace Glass has helped the county recycle more than 1.8 million pounds of glass since April 1.