Bayfront Glass reminds of the importance of glass recycling

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Reduce, reuse and recycle are a basic tenet of Earth Day, and one glass recycler is reminding you about their efforts.              

Bayfront Glass, LLC is the original glass recycling company in Erie County. People are encouraged to recycle clear, green and amber glass at their six drop-off locations.

The main facility is located on the 1300 block of East Ave.

Owner John Nowakowski says glass can be recycled endlessly, creating benefits for the environment and manufacturers.

“Glass is one of the most recyclable materials that has ever been made. Sadly, like most recycling around the U.S., 20 to 30 percent of what’s out in the world actually gets recycled. Compare that to rates in Europe where it’s upwards of 80 percent, so it’s very important,” said John Nowakowski, owner.

Bayfront Glass drop-off locations:

  • Bayfront Glass LLC
    • 1310 East Ave, Erie, PA 16508
  • The Borough of Edinboro
    • 301 Water St, Edinboro PA 16412
  • Summit Township
    • 8900 Old French Rd Erie, PA 16509
  • Whole Foods Co-Op
    • 1341 W 26th St, Erie, PA 16508
  • Greene Scene Thrift
    • 1301 E Grandview Blvd, Erie, PA 16504
  • Faith Lutheran church
    • 5414 E Lake Rd, Erie, PA 16511

Another 14-16 thousand pounds crushed #happyearthday everyone!

Posted by Bayfront Glass, LLC on Thursday, April 22, 2021

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