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Focus on Glass Recycling in New Jersey

December 20, 2013 | Glass News

An article in The Bergen Record discussed the state of recycling in New Jersey. In the article, GPI President Lynn Bragg noted, "All recycling is important, but glass recycling is unique in terms of the impact it can have on the environment." The story also noted that glass is 100% recylable and can be recycled over and over again without loss in quality. The full article can be read here.

Glass containers can be recycled over and over again into new glass bottles without any loss in quality - See more at: http://www.northjersey.com/clifton/Bottles_now_at_the_bottom_of_the_recy...
“All recycling is important,” Lynn Bragg, president of the Glass Packaging Institute, said in a statement, “but glass recycling is unique in terms of the impact it can have on the environment. For example, energy costs drop about 3 percent for every 10 percent of recycled glass used in the manufacturing process.” - See more at: http://www.northjersey.com/clifton/Bottles_now_at_the_bottom_of_the_recy...
“All recycling is important,” Lynn Bragg, president of the Glass Packaging Institute, said in a statement, “but glass recycling is unique in terms of the impact it can have on the environment. For example, energy costs drop about 3 percent for every 10 percent of recycled glass used in the manufacturing process.” - See more at: http://www.northjersey.com/clifton/Bottles_now_at_the_bottom_of_the_recy...
“All recycling is important,” Lynn Bragg, president of the Glass Packaging Institute, said in a statement, “but glass recycling is unique in terms of the impact it can have on the environment. For example, energy costs drop about 3 percent for every 10 percent of recycled glass used in the manufacturing process.” - See more at: http://www.northjersey.com/clifton/Bottles_now_at_the_bottom_of_the_recy...
“All recycling is important,” Lynn Bragg, president of the Glass Packaging Institute, said in a statement, “but glass recycling is unique in terms of the impact it can have on the environment. For example, energy costs drop about 3 percent for every 10 percent of recycled glass used in the manufacturing process.” - See more at: http://www.northjersey.com/clifton/Bottles_now_at_the_bottom_of_the_recy...

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