Today, we’re going to talk about glass to sand crushers in the kitchen. Plenty of food products come packaged in glass these days — sauces, dressings, marinades, and drinks, just to name a few. This is great for the environment, so long as the glass doesn’t end up in a landfill.
Unfortunately, that is the fate for most of our waste. This often includes the glass bits.
There is a reason why glass is such a good container from an ecological standpoint. It’s because glass can be reused an infinite number of times. How, you ask? By the use of a glass to sand crusher. Glass to sand crushers are a simple, quick, and popular method of recycling. You can use one in your home. Those empty wine bottles can be reduced to sand in five seconds flat. As for the sand that comes out on the other side? It’s 90% smaller in volume than the bottle that went in. The sand is perfectly fine to handle, as well.
When using a glass to sand crusher, try using your sand for landscaping or as a soil mix. Filling sandbags and making sand bricks are just a few more of many options.