No easy solution to Southland glass recycling issues

Southland councils' joint waste minimisation committee WasteNet is making moves towards deciding the future of recycled glass in the province.

WasteNet committee member and Invercargill City Councillor Lindsay Thomas confirmed WasteNet would table a council staff report on glass recycling options at its next committee meeting.Glass recycling in Southland could be a thing of the past because of processing difficulties, high costs, and a lack of markets.Read more at: www.stuff.co.nz/southland-times/news/69833979/no-easy-solution-to-southland-glass-recycling-issuesSouthland councils' joint waste minimisation committee WasteNet is making moves towards deciding the future of recycled glass in the province.   

WasteNet committee member and Invercargill City Councillor Lindsay Thomas confirmed WasteNet would table a council staff report on glass recycling options at its next committee meeting.

Glass recycling in Southland could be a thing of the past because of processing difficulties, high costs, and a lack of markets.

Read more at: www.stuff.co.nz/southland-times/news/69833979/no-easy-solution-to-southland-glass-recycling-issues

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