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Waste Streams

Waste Streams

Glass recycling

REMONDIS are experts in the collection, sorting and recycling of glass. Removing recyclable glass from your general waste stream may reduce your general waste disposal costs while also earning social license by contributing to a circular economy.

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Why choose REMONDIS for your glass recycling service?

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Reduce costs

Removing bulky glass items from your general waste bin reduces its weight, volume and cost – and your exposure to rising landfill levies

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Flexible scheduling

Choose a collection frequency according to your needs, whether it be on a regular schedule or on-demand

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Operate sustainably

Reduce your business’ impact on the environment by making your recyclable glass available for re-use and minimising waste sent to landfill

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Receive educational materials to train staff and customers to ensure you’re putting recyclable glass into the right bin

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What do you need to know about glass recycling?

Glass is a common material used to create bottles, containers, windows, windscreens, mirrors, plates and drinking glasses. However, not all glass can be easily recycled.

Glass bottles and jars – typically used for the packaging of food – can be placed into either a co-mingled recycling bin, or in a standalone glass bin.

Glass that has been treated (such as oven-proof dishes and drinking glasses) or glass that contains other materials (such as windscreen glass, mirrors and light globes) can’t be recycled with standard glass as they require further processing and treatment to be recycled.

Glass can be placed into either yellow co-mingled recycling bins, or REMONDIS can provide dedicated glass bins for businesses that need to dispose of large volumes of recyclable glass.

ACCEPTED in glass recycling bins
  • Glass bottles (brown green and clear)
  • Glass jars
NOT ACCEPTED in glass recycling bins
  • Window glass
  • Windscreen glass
  • Drinking glasses
  • Oven-proof glass or Pyrex
  • Mirrors
  • Light globes & tubes
  • Plastic & metal
  • Liquids
  • Residual food waste
  • Chemicals

Who uses our glass recycling services?

Retail // Food Manufacturing // Logistics

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What happens to your waste?

Once used or waste glass is collected, it’s transported to a specialist Material Recycling Facility (MRF) where it is sorted into different types and colours of glass.

Next it’s crushed into small particles and taken to a glass recycling plant. At the plant the glass is washed and any contamination (such as small bits of metal or plastic) are removed.

The cleaned glass is then melted down and poured into moulds – a recycled raw material ready for another use.

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A bin for every business
A bin for every business
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Commercial Waste Solutions
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