We are a little preoccupied with glass recycling these days…for obvious reasons. But we’re not the first to do it and, thankfully, we won’t be the last. There are some really interesting uses for glass happening around the country.
We’ve previously covered how wineries in Chelan are using recycled crushed glass for pathways around their vineyards.
Two college students founded Glass Half Full, a company that uses recycled glass in a process to help restore Louisiana coastlines. (Photo: Business Insider)
A company in Vermont is creating a foam glass gravel product made from glass powder (that’s made from crushed glass) and is free from petrochemicals and formaldehyde.
What other interesting uses or products have you seen? And if you have or are currently participating in the Orcas Glass Challenge, don’t forget to send your photos to email@example.com.