Green Group opens EUR 4 mln glass recycling unit near Bucharest

GreenGlass Recycling, a new plant designed to recycle glass waste was opened last week in Bucharest, following an EUR 4 million investment made by Green Group, one the biggest players in the local green sector.

The plant is located on the former Danubiana industrial platform and has a processing capacity of 110,000 tons of waste annually.“In Romania, the monitored amount on glass marketed as packages stands around 200,000 tons, while there are another 300,000 tons of unmonitored flat glass used in constructions and resulting from the automotive industry,” said Constantin Damov, co-founder of GreenGlass Recycling.Read more here.GreenGlass Recycling, a new plant designed to recycle glass waste was opened last week in Bucharest, following an EUR 4 million investment made by Green Group, one the biggest players in the local green sector.  

The plant is located on the former Danubiana industrial platform and has a processing capacity of 110,000 tons of waste annually.

“In Romania, the monitored amount on glass marketed as packages stands around 200,000 tons, while there are another 300,000 tons of unmonitored flat glass used in constructions and resulting from the automotive industry,” said Constantin Damov, co-founder of GreenGlass Recycling.

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