The recycling of glass contributes to : 

  • Prevention of natural resources, reducing the extraction of sand and avoiding the deposit of glass in designated hull landfills; 
  • Reduction of emissions: carbon dioxide (CO2), the oxidation state (NOX) and sulfur dioxide (SO2); 
  • Reduction of energy consumption. The production of glass from recycled materials consumes less energy than the same production without recycled glass;
  • Creating awareness and changing the behaviour of the population, contributing to a more balanced society.

What should be put in Green (glass bottle banks) Eco-points: 

  • Glass bottles 
  • Glass Kegs
  • Jars
  • Glass containers 

What NOT to put in Green (glass bottle banks) Eco-points

  • Lamps 
  • Glazing 
  • Crystals 
  • Bottles of Perfume and Pharmaceuticals 
  • Mirrors 
  • Windscreen and other glass 
  • Chinaware from clay or Pyrex 
  • Building Materials 
  • laboratory and hospital glass

We all want a better world, for that we must learn to recycle to protect our planet.