Low energy grinding technology converts glass waste into a commercial product

International Innovative Technologies Ltd (IIT), the specialist milling technology company, has produced a new film to demonstrate the feasibility and cost effective conversion of waste glass into powder products for use in a wide range of recycling and industrial applications.

IIT’s short video, Turning Glass Into High Value Powders, shows how its milling systems are being successfully utilised in glass recycling operations where material previously regarded as waste is now being used in commercial applications and generating new revenue streams.Read more at: http://www.hub-4.com/news/s3/7325/low-energy-grinding-technology-converts-glass-waste-into-a-commercial-product International Innovative Technologies Ltd (IIT), the specialist milling technology company, has produced a new film to demonstrate the feasibility and cost effective conversion of waste glass into powder products for use in a wide range of recycling and industrial applications.  

IIT’s short video, Turning Glass Into High Value Powders, shows how its milling systems are being successfully utilised in glass recycling operations where material previously regarded as waste is now being used in commercial applications and generating new revenue streams.

Read more at: http://www.hub-4.com/news/s3/7325/low-energy-grinding-technology-converts-glass-waste-into-a-commercial-product

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Date: 22 April 2014
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