It is best for the environment as well as your wallet to keep glass separate for recycling. Glass collections are more cost-effective than getting rid of it asor .
This service compliments our. We provides both 240-litre or 360-litre bin containers, ideal for any type of business.
We first conduct a waste audit for your business. Once we have a full understanding of your business’s needs, we create a bespoke service tailored to your waste volumes and specific requirements. We can supply a range of glass collection service options, from multiple weekly to fortnightly scheduled collections.
If you're interested in our glass recycling service you can nowin a few minutes. Our team is on hand if you have any further questions.
Empty and give a quick rinse - leftover liquid can contaminate other recyclables which may mean they aren't recycled. Put lids and caps back on - this reduces the chance of them getting lost during the sorting process as they can be recycled separately.
The most common contaminants found in glass recycling loads are black bags, drinking glasses, crockery, food waste, food-soiled packaging, sanitary waste (e.g. paper towels, napkins) and wine coolers. This waste is best collected through ourinstead.
Glass is one of the only materials that can be recycled infinitely and without the loss of quality as opposed to materials such as paper/cardboard and plastics. Only by segregating glass from other materials you can ensure they are recycled properly and to a high standard.
By recycling glass, you're helping to reduce emissions of harmful gases that are normally produced when it is manufactured. This includes sulphur dioxide, which contributes to climate change, and nitrogen oxide, which is especially bad for health. When glass is recycled and reused for new bottles and jars, less energy is needed to make them, and the associated air pollution of glass production is reduced by 20%.