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The glass containing your soda today might be the glass holding your spaghetti sauce tomorrow. That’s because glass, especially glass food and beverage containers, can be recycled over and over again. In fact, 90% of recycled glass is used to make new containers. Other uses for recycled glass include kitchen tiles, countertops and wall insulation. Glass recycling has grown considerably in recent years. This growth is due to both increased collection through curbside recycling programs and glass manufacturers’ increased demand for recycled glass.
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