Is glass or tin better for the environment?

Tins can be recycled infinitely, and it’s cheap to do so too.

Regardless of their shape, size, and colour, undamaged glass bottles and jars go into our glass sacks, where they can be recycled 4-6 times on average, after which they are be crushed and used for aggregate.

Materials such as windows, mirrors, drinking glasses and broken glass go into general waste, wrapped in newspaper or similar, to protect the handlers collecting them.

Easy. Smart.

You're two steps away from a cheaper, greener recycling service.

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