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DUERR’S CASE STUDY

In the second of our occasional blogs that look at the most recent striking and innovative ideas in glass bottle and jar design, we talk to those responsible for turning the humble marmalade jar into a work of art.

Design
DUERR’S CASE STUDY

ABSOLUT-LY FABULOUS

At Friends of Glass, we love to see the arrival of exciting new bottle and jar designs. In the first of a new occasional series, we talk to those responsible for some of the most recent striking and innovative ideas.

Design
ABSOLUT-LY FABULOUS

Our oceans are at risk

Six months on from Blue Planet II’s debut on our TV screens, the conversation it sparked about our impact on our oceans is still alive and kicking. It’s clearer than ever that the future of the ocean is under threat, and our own behaviour as consumers and citizens is called into question. How deep is your love for the ocean?

Ecology
Our oceans are at risk

Become a Glass Guardian!

School children have been given the opportunity to become a Glass Guardian - we’ve worked with British Glass and teamed up with the National Schools Partnership to design a new recycling educational programme.

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Become a Glass Guardian!

Leeds enjoys a Lidl Recycling Love

Glass recycling in Leeds is set to get a boost this February thanks to a set of brand new glass banks being installed in Lidl’s Halton store carpark from February 12th. The banks join over 700 other bottle banks in the Leeds area, making it easier than ever for the people of Leeds to recycle their glass bottle and jars.

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Leeds enjoys a Lidl Recycling Love

For the love of oceans, let’s act now

While many of our New Year’s resolutions may not last, our imprint on the ocean will. Here are a few ways you can reduce your impact on the ocean and ultimately, on the planet itself.

Ecology
For the love of oceans, let’s act now

#friendsofglass cookery evening at the Wrenkh Cooking Salon in Vienna

Austrian food bloggers are #friendsofglass

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#friendsofglass cookery evening at the Wrenkh Cooking Salon in Vienna

Don’t waste: recycle!

Do you think of your empty jars and bottles as a natural resource? They are if you recycle.

Ecology
Don’t waste: recycle!

Friends of Glass UK recycling competition with Portsmouth City Council

Friends of Glass UK organised a competition with Portsmouth City Council to highlight how important and easy it is to recycle glass bottles and jars.

Ecology
Friends of Glass UK recycling competition with Portsmouth City Council

Luxepack 2017: Authenticity and innovation matter for consumers

Even an ‘ancient process’ such as the one of making glass can evolve and be influenced by innovation.

Design
Luxepack 2017: Authenticity and innovation matter for consumers

5 reasons to buy milk in glass bottles

Glass dairy containers are good for the environment because glass is one of the most recyclable materials you can use. And milk just tastes better when it's in glass!

Ecology
5 reasons to buy milk in glass bottles

Consumers encouraged to close the loop by recycling more glass

Did you know that glass can be recycled infinitely?

Ecology
Consumers encouraged to close the loop by recycling more glass
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