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Basic Glassifications 25

You know glass comes in all shapes and sizes, but did you know there are also different types of glass? Find out why, and which ones do/don’t belong in the bin.

Updated On 09/22/2016 | Originally Published On 08/14/2015

Basic Glassifications
Way to go! Since only one of those types of glass mentioned can be recycled, we’re interested to see how you reuse some of the other types to make sure they’re all kept out of landfills. Let us know in the comments below.
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  • Angel M. 15 days ago
    Regretfully, we don't recycle glass in puerto Rico. I don't know if this is a good idea but I use it in construction sites as a filling material in floors.
  • Mehrdad M. 17 days ago
    I make drinking glasses out of Snapple bottles.
  • Cheryl V. 18 days ago
    many candlestick holders and decorative cut glass is lead...recycle by donating to places who give or retail to others in need of something good but really affordable
  • Cambria P. 18 days ago
    Perhaps it can be used to make solar panels which help to conserve energy.
  • Alejandra C. 18 days ago
    I return the jars when I buy honey or give the mason jars to people I know they can veggies or fruits.
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