Did you know that glass can be recycled again and again without compromising its quality?
With such opportunity for sustainability, it’s surprising that UK businesses are still discarding their glass instead of recycling it. The recycling of glass reduces the need to extract raw materials from the environment and we are proud to play an integral part in maximising the opportunity for businesses to recycle their glass in the most effective way possible.
Bars, restaurants and pubs currently throw away 600,000 tonnes of glass every year. At Cawleys we can help to change this by ensuring that bottles, jars and other glass products are being properly recycled. From small volume wheelie bins to large bulk containers, we can tailor our service to meet your specific needs.
Cawley’s glass recycling service collects, crushes, mixes and melts the glass to create new glass products or to be used in the production of items such as building materials.
Contact us for information on how we can help you recycle your glass in a cost effect and responsible way.
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