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Recycled glass is now used in a myriad of ways, including use in the building trade, in the construction of roads, in the manufacture of concrete, as a replacement for sand, as an abrasive in shot blasting, for water filtration and as a flux in the production of clay and bricks.

Recycled glass also has a widening appeal in the interiors and art market with new products and applications being developed.
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Recycled glass is now used in a myriad of ways, including use in the building trade, in the construction of roads, in the manufacture of concrete, as a replacement for sand, as an abrasive in shot blasting, for water filtration and as a flux in the production of clay and bricks.  <br />
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Recycled glass also has a widening appeal in the interiors and art market with new products and applications being developed.