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START A GLASS RECYCLING BUSINESS

Job creation and poverty alleviation should be at the forefront of the hearts and minds of every South African business.

FIND A GLASS BANK

A glass bank is a very large container for collecting a community’s recyclable glass.

START RECYCLING GLASS

There are 3 ways to reduce the amount of waste glass in South Africa. Be sure to get your friends, family, colleagues and community involved in recycling.

SOME FACTS

Four incredible facts about glass recycling in South Africa:

GLASS BANKS IN SA

%

OF GLASS RECYCLED

ENTREPRENEURS SUPPORTED

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GLASS DIVERTED FROM LANDFILS

Since the inception of our business, we have created opportunities for more than 50 000 individuals to earn an income.

START A BUSINESS

Job creation and poverty alleviation should be at the forefront of the hearts and minds of every South African business.

FIND A GLASS BANK

A glass bank is a very large container for collecting a community’s recyclable glass.

WHY RECYCLE?

Recycling is one of the easiest ways for you to have a positive impact in the environment. There are so many reasons to recycle glass! Click to find out more.

Corporates & Hospitality

All hotels, pubs, restaurants have a vital role to play in creating a culture of sustainable behaviour.

 

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Glass Recycling is like banking! The more we put in, the more we get out. Invest in our environment – recycle glass to bank on a better future for our world. Find a glass bank, where you can recycle your bottles and jars.

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Converting waste on Global Recycling Day

Converting waste on Global Recycling Day

On 18 March 2020, the world celebrated World Recycling Day. We should continue to reflect on the role we play every day in making a difference, when it comes to looking after our environment. The Glass Recycling Company (TGRC) looked at why Global Recycling Day is so...

Have a Heart for Glass during the Month of Love

Have a Heart for Glass during the Month of Love

During February, the month of love, a great way to share and show your love for the environment, by getting involved in glass recycling! You can have a heart for glass by reusing your glass jars or recycling your glass bottles and jars.   Super stylish and cost...

COVID-19 NOTICE

Implementing COVID-19 measures and finding a way forward
Driven by the importance of keeping our employees and stakeholders safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, as of Friday, 27 March 2020, we will be working remotely. This is in accordance and in support of the regulations implemented in relation to our National State of Disaster plans put into place by the Government of South Africa and our President, Cyril Ramaphosa.

As a business, we will continue to operate during this difficult time as we all navigate the way forward, but it is of utmost importance to us that you look after yourselves and we too look after our employees.

Many difficult decisions and sacrifices have had to be made by many South Africans over the past few weeks, however, these steps are absolutely necessary in order to allow our country to fight this pandemic.

For all queries regarding glass recycling please contact - [email protected] or 011 463 5644
Alternatively, please reach out to one of our team members to understand how we will be able to support you during the next three weeks. We will do our utmost best to support your business during this time while honouring the restrictions in place for everyone’s safety.

We are facing uncertain times and we understand the strain this may be placing on you. We are doing everything we can to reduce the impact of the shutdown on all our businesses.

We encourage you to practice all of the necessary hygiene and isolation recommendations at this time, stay safe and look after yourself during this time and continue to have #Heart4Glass.

We continue with our commitment to and passion for glass recycling and increasing glass recycling in South Africa.