If manufacturing glass can be carbon-free and glass can be recycled infinitely without losing any of its properties, this author asks why most countries — with the exception of those in Europe — bury most of their glass in landfills.

Glass manufacturing produces at least 86 million tons of carbon dioxide globally every year. But if glass recycling were made mandatory, existing technologies could turn glass manufacturing into a mostly carbon-free process.

 

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