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The Glass Packaging Institute states: "Glass is non-porous and impermeable, so there are no interactions between glass packaging and products.
In one such initiative, the Alexandria, Va.-based Glass Packaging Institute (GPI) -- representing the manufacturers of one of the world's first recyclable containers -- set out to engage consumers on the topic of recycling and proper disposal through the Earth911 Recycling Directory.
That's why the Glass Packaging Institute is launching Recycle Glass Day on Dec.
Coca-Cola and Anheuser-Busch as well as Abita Brewing and Bling Beverages were among the winners of the Glass Packaging Institute's (GPI) 2006 Clear Choice Awards.
"More and more glass is going to alternative uses of lesser value," says Joe Cattaneo, president of the Glass Packaging Institute, Alexandria, Va.
PICTURE AT RIGHT: Joel Miller (left) of Phoenix Packaging talks to Bryan Vickers of the Glass Packaging Institute.
For a picture-window overlook of the glass wine bottling industry, we spoke with Joe Cattaneo, president of the Glass Packaging Institute (
When it comes to sustainable packaging options, glass is a clear winner according to the folks at the Glass Packaging Institute, the Washington-based trade association representing the North American glass container manufacturers.
GLASS CONTAINER SHIPMENTS 2005 Beer - 55% Food - 18% Beverages - 9% Wine - 6% Liquor - 4% Flavored alcoholic beverages - 3% Other - 5% Source: Glass Packaging Institute; Dept.
The National Recycling Coalition, the Glass Packaging Institute and Recycle America Alliance are also involved in the effort.
Legislatures in at least nine other states are considering recycling mandates, the Glass Packaging Institute, a trade association representing glass container manufacturers, reported.
"Light-weighting is basically a technology innovation in glass redistribution across the manufacturing process," said Joe Catta-neo, president of the Glass Packaging Institute, the trade association for glass container manufactures in North America.