Glassware can be many things. What it needs to be most is recycled! From stemware and house wares to art frames and cool new wine glasses, we found some pretty amazing stores selling recycled glassware made from reclaimed and reused glass. Make your next glassware purchase an eco-friendly one by browsing the green businesses below that not only support the planet’s health, but your wallet’s health too! They all sell easy-on-the-eyes recycled glassware at easy-on-the-budget prices. Check ‘em out and see what we mean – go ahead…you’ll see!
Any and every household has glassware. With a little help from this directory showcasing green companies that supply a wonderful selection of recycled glassware, we are hoping many more homes go green and make more thoughtful green products purchases when it comes to new stemware, glasses and anything made of glass.
Recycle glass is just as strong, if not stronger, than newly created glassware. You would honestly never really know the difference when looking at once piece or another whether is has been recycled except for the fact that you will be bragging about it right? Truth be told humans have been recycling for thousands of years in one way or another and their certainly is no time like the present for making the conscious change to going green in your home even if you take it one tiny step at a time. For the sake of this specific green store directory we are sharing our top picks for stores that practice green business while selling green products (and believe us when we say there is a difference between buying green products such as recycled glassware from big box giants as apposed to companies that walk the walk! Shop the stores above and see what its all about!
Recycled glassware facts: When glass is recycled, it is most always separated into colors because glass retains its color during/after recycling. For each ton of recycled glass converted into new green products, 315 kilograms of additional carbon dioxide that would have been released into our precious atmosphere during the fabrication of new glass are saved. That’s some serious carbon offsetting folks!