GPI Issues Executive Summary on Glass Recycling Survey

Date: 28 September 2011
On September, 15, 2011, the Glass Packaging Institute issued an Executive Summary of their Survey of U.

S. Glass Container Recycling Programs for Bars, Restaurants and Hotels.  The in-depth telephone survey included ten bar, restaurant, and hotel glass container recycling programs in eight states (CA, CO, IN, MO, NC, OH, TX).  Of the programs surveyed, four were initiated by a hauler/recycler or glass processor, another four by the city or county and two were started by a bar/restaurant or hotel.

In addition to collecting data on containers and processes, economics and logistics, the survey also identifies the following eight best practices:

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Date: 28 September 2011

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