Denver Post: Through the looking glass, some envisioning a recycling rebound

The Denver Post highlighted Momentum Recycling’s new Denver facility opening in September of 2016. The facility will process glass from local MRFs (Materials Recovery Facilities) to provide clean, recycled glass (cullet) to local bottle manufacturers.

To read the article, click here.

BROOMFIELD, CO - ARRIL 06: Construction is starting on the fine grinding for secondary products at Momentum Recycling, the state's first glass recycling facility in Broomfield April 06, 2016. Broomfield, CO. (Photo By Joe Amon/The Denver Post)

BROOMFIELD, CO – ARRIL 06: Construction is starting on the fine grinding for secondary products at Momentum Recycling, the state’s first glass recycling facility in Broomfield April 06, 2016. Broomfield, CO. (Photo By Joe Amon/The Denver Post)

Is The Glass Half-Full? (Resource Recycling Article)

Is The Glass Half-Full?

In the single-stream era, glass tends to get lumped in the contaminant category, but there might be more solutions available for this important material than many realize.

Momentum Recycling was featured in Resource Recycling’s article this month by Dylan De Thomas.  The article highlights the leaders in glass processing innovations and cities around the country who have developed alternative ways of glass collection.  Below is a link to the article:

Is the Glass Half Full? (Resource Recycling February 2016)

 

Speaking on Business – Momentum Recycling

Recycle This: Glass

http://www.good4utah.com/story/d/story/recycle-this-glass/20702/d3K3y9LgHEOem1C76f5y2Q