Savannah, Ga. is feeling the effects of the city’s glass recycling service being suspended.

March 29, 2024

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Savannah, Ga. is feeling the effects of the city’s glass recycling service being suspended.

Glass drop-off sites have been located around the city for more than a year, but the glass recycling program was abruptly shut down last week. Glasswrx LLC provided the city with the recycling service and has been since 2022.

“The reality is the contractor stopped doing it so we can’t provide the service,” Mayor Van Johnson announced at a weekly press conference Tuesday.

The city of Savannah agreed to pay $104,000 to Glasswrx each year for the service that became popular with the locals.

Glasswrx did not explain the reason for the sudden shutdown, but Johnson did state that the city is actively looking for an alternative service.

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