Glass recycling firm expands in export markets after securing deals in Australia and Estonia

A recycling firm has entered new export markets after securing agreements to supply its recycled glass products into Australia and Estonia.

WRL Glass Media, part of Teesside’s Ward Recycling, is now exporting into Estonia for a company called Propritis for its products to be used in building restoration.The firm said it is experiencing increased demand for its products, used in applications including shot blasting and water filtration.Read more at: www.gazettelive.co.uk/business/business-news/glass-recycling-firm-expands-export-9736901A recycling firm has entered new export markets after securing agreements to supply its recycled glass products into Australia and Estonia.  

WRL Glass Media, part of Teesside’s Ward Recycling, is now exporting into Estonia for a company called Propritis for its products to be used in building restoration.

The firm said it is experiencing increased demand for its products, used in applications including shot blasting and water filtration.

Read more at: www.gazettelive.co.uk/business/business-news/glass-recycling-firm-expands-export-9736901

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Date: 18 August 2015
Source: www.gazettelive.co.uk

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