Glass comes into our homes, commercial buildings and vehicles in the form of windows, doors, countertops, floors, fixtures, other building materials and in an endless stream of glass containers.
Nulife Glass will invest $5.9 million to establish its first Virginia operation in the City of Bristol.
Safelite AutoGlass, a provider of windshield replacements, recycled more than 1.3 million windshields in 2014, saving more than 23,000 tons of waste from the landfill.
Ardagh Group, Glass – North America, a division of Ardagh Group and a producer of glass containers for the food and beverage industries in the U.S., said that its Burlington, Wisconsin, plant achieved ISO 14001:2004 Certification.
Ten years ago, Rumpke Recycling opened a unique facility in Dayton that has been key to keeping more than 190,000 tons of glass out of landfills.
Clark County commissioners approved an ordinance that will ban open glass bottles on the Las Vegas Strip to cut down on litter and the ability to use the glass as a weapon.