JM sets up thermal recycling unit for glass fibre waste

Producing a good environmental impression for the nearby local community, Johns Manville Engineered Items has established up a new thermal recycling device for waste glass fibres in Trnava, Slovakia. The new device employs the waste produced in the course of the manufacturing and processing of glass fibres. The recycled glass powder is cost-free of natural and organic particles and is made use of on-internet site.

The recycled glass powder, cost-free of natural and organic particles, is refed as uncooked content into JM’s personal glass manufacturing on-internet site. That suggests the company has achieved a shut manufacturing loop. This recycling work will carry a good environmental impression to the nearby local community by way of minimized CO2 emissions from truck transportation of waste fibres.

This challenge is section of the company’s reaction to the European Commission’s zero waste programme and is also in line with its in general targets for sustainable

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