Dart Realty Brings Glass Recycling to Cayman
An estimated ten percent of all waste in the Cayman Islands comes from glass bottles and jars, and until recently there was no way of recycling this waste product. Taking the first step towards a nationwide glass-recycling programme, Dart Realty recently took delivery of a small industrial glass pulveriser which has capacity to crush 1,500 pounds of glass per hour.
In addition to the public glass recycling station at Camana Bay, community bins are being distributed to local supermarkets and community centres. Glass will be collected once a week and taken to Camana Bay for recycling.
Crushed glass can be reused in a number of ways. For the environmentally conscious homeowner, ‘Glasscrete’ mixes crushed glass with cement for a truly unique visual effect and can be used for anything from kitchen and bathroom countertops to pavements.
For more information on recycling at Camana Bay, email:
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