Recycling of the hottest glass packaging

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Recycling of glass packaging

Switzerland consumed 314977 tons of glass packaging bottles in 2003. Among them, 300000 tons are recycled through classified collection, with a recovery rate of 95% (including about 5% of the outer packaging materials)

in Switzerland, classified recycling of glass packaging (empty glass bottles and cans) has been carried out for decades and has been widely accepted by the public. The glass recycling system is called "centralized disposal" system. Most glass bottles are sent to glass bottle storage boxes at public collection points. Some villages and towns regularly come to collect glass bottles

most of the collection is from 50 kinds of adulterated elements. When five kinds of waste glass are selected, they are melted and produced into new glass containers. About one third of the broken glass is processed in Swiss glass factories, one third is exported to foreign countries for recycling, and the rest is crushed and used in the construction industry as a supplement to sand and stone. The number of old glass used in construction and insulation materials and made into new glass bottles is increasing. Old glass has many uses after being treated by hysteresis ring method, gradual approximation method, non proportional extension strength, tensile strength, compressive strength, and arbitrary point elongation strength. Because the existing glass color separation and collection system can be flexibly adjusted according to the needs of various uses, it is very important to maintain this system

glass collection is mainly the responsibility of local governments. The Swiss Vetro association is responsible for managing the prepayment of glass packaging processing fees. Other organizations that play an important role in recycling are: Vetro recycling, Rhenus, pro UVA. The products filled with this have been sold to aerospace, automobile manufacturing and power enterprises, vetrum, misapor

the recycling of glass bottles is carried out in accordance with the newly revised regulations on beverage packaging on July 5, 2000. According to the regulation, a glass bottle treatment fee was imposed in 2002, which was included in the retail price of beverages, and was CHF 0.02, CHF 0.04 and CHF 0.06 respectively according to the capacity of the bottle. The recycling and management of glass bottles is carried out by vetroswiss on behalf of the Swiss Agency for the environment, forests and landscapes

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