- Through the bottle bank
Packaging glass, such as bottles and jars from the Belgian consumer is collected through the well-known bottle banks. The collection is held in collaboration with Fost Plus, municipalities and interurban organisations.
The single-chamber bottle bank is used for the collection of mixed coloured packaging glass (all colours) or for the selected colour collection (flint and coloured glass).
The double-chamber bottle bank or double bottle bank contains two compartments. One compartment is used for the collection of flint glass, the other for coloured glass.
The triple-chamber bottle bank or triple bottle bank contains three compartments. One compartment is used for the collection of flint glass, one for green and one for amber glass.
- Through tilting stacking boxes
The stacking box is used for smaller quantities or locations where there is not enough room for a large waste container. The container is often used next to cutting tables and filler lines and is stackable. Upon demand or during a fixed collection round, these containers are emptied. GRL has developed a concept for the collection of float glass in container parks with specially trained park guards. This concept generates excellent sorting results.
- Through waste containers
Glass waste from filler companies is collected in waste containers. That is the case for e.g. the glass used for soft drinks, beer and water.
- bottle bank glass collection
- consumerglass collection seperated by colour
- delivery of colour separated consumerglass at the recycling plant
- stacking box for the collection of float (plate) glass
- every stacking box is weighed and registered individualy
- delivery of a waste container loaded with floatglass at the recycling plant