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8 FACTS ABOUT GLASS & CIRCULAR ECONOMY WORTH KNOWING

The circular economy begins again as it ends. Glass is the perfect example of this when we think of the physical transformation from sand - to glass - to sand again, through the process of recycling.

Ecology
8 FACTS ABOUT GLASS & CIRCULAR ECONOMY WORTH KNOWING

Glass has Endless Lives: Talking Bottles

Did you know glass has endless lives? These surprised shoppers didn’t. Glass is infinitely recyclable and the safest packaging for the environment. If you want to play your part in preserving the planet, choose glass and buy glass.

Ecology
Glass has Endless Lives: Talking Bottles

When it Comes to Recycling, Age Matters

Europeans are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of recycling food and drink packaging but according to our survey it appears the older generations are more informed and committed than younger ones.

Ecology
When it Comes to Recycling, Age Matters

Consumers & Brands Hold Hands For Glass

It looks good, it feels good and it's good for the environment.
Why wouldn't we choose glass?

History
Consumers & Brands Hold Hands For Glass

Tracing Backward in a Sustainable Move Forward

Today recycling is paramount, but our ancestors were recycling hundreds of generations before us.
Let's take a look at the changing importance of recycling over the years ...

History
Tracing Backward in a Sustainable Move Forward

Worn by the Waves; Recycled by the Sea

A natural process of recycling: Worn by the waves and recycling by the sea; sea glass is the beautiful by-product of both nature and man.

Ecology
Worn by the Waves;  Recycled by the Sea

Glassberries Design Awards 2016

Design and Innovation at Glassberries Design Awards 5th edition are the goal
of BA Glass – Corticeira Amorim partnership

History
Glassberries Design Awards 2016

DIY Treat Jars for you this Easter

Before you start filling your recycling bags this Easter, take a moment to think about what other uses there could be for your used glass.

Design
DIY Treat Jars for you this Easter

Eco-sand and the future of recycling

In 1974, the first glass bottles were collected and recycled in France. That means we have been recycling glass for about 42 years via bottle banks and close loop production. As technology is evolving, so is the glass industry.

History
Eco-sand and the future of recycling

5 reasons why Glass will be your next sustainable friend

In ecology, sustainability is the capacity to endure; it is how biological systems remain diverse and productive indefinitely

History
5 reasons why Glass will be your next sustainable friend

Colours matter…also for glass

Glass has a major part to play in the process of mitigating the effects of climate change. We know recycling is a must, nonetheless there are a few ground rules when it comes to reprocessing glass .

Ecology
Colours matter…also for glass

Sustainability is a lifestyle

Ecology is no longer an isolated concept, it has become a lifestyle
We can reduce, reuse, recycle in so many ways, it’s hard to ignore. And why not?

Health
Sustainability is a lifestyle
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