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Posted by: S. Zupanec on 8/12/02 Title: Glass Cullet
Postnum: 89 EntryID:602
Hello,

I am looking for Canadian manufacturers of recycled glass cullet (made from non-container glass). If you know of any suppliers, could you post the info on this message board?

Thanks in advance.

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Posted by: Colin McLuckie on 11/11/02 Title: Re: Glass Cullet
Postnum: 89 EntryID:669
Not exactly sure what glass cullet is, but I know that a Company in Guelph,Ontario - Owens Corning Fiberglas, are always looking for ways to reduce their glass waste going to landfill, and some of this might be suitable for this application. Last year the plant manager was Mike McCaig (519) 823-7280. No guarantee he is still there, though

Posted by: Barry @ SKR on 12/23/03 Title: Re: Glass Cullet
Postnum: 89 EntryID:997
Is window glass cullet acceptable? We may have an evenutal supply of it that we will be looking for a market for. How clean does it need to be? Tumbled from raw broekn glass ok? Or do you need it melted?

Posted by: Gary on 11/17/04 Title: Re: Glass Cullet
Postnum: 89 EntryID:1259
What size do you require??????

Posted by: coco on 1/20/05 Title: Re: Glass Cullet
Postnum: 89 EntryID:1301
i ken wat it is?? ha ha he he Colin McLuckie wrote:-------------------------------Not exactly sure what glass cullet is, but I know that a Company in Guelph,Ontario - Owens Corning Fiberglas, are always looking for ways to reduce their glass waste going to landfill, and some of this might be suitable for this application. Last year the plant manager was Mike McCaig (519) 823-7280. No guarantee he is still there, though


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