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Pace Glass Begins Construction of ‘World’s Largest’ Glass Recycling Facility

New York based Pace Glass has broken ground on a 250,000 square foot (23,200 square metre) glass recycling facility, said to be the largest in the world.

The company said that the move is in response to increased demand for its ability to recycle glass from sorting facilities throughout the Northeast more efficiently and cost effectively.

Pace Glass said that it is expanding its footprint by opening a new processing plant in Andover Township, New Jersey. Situated on 85 acres in a former rock quarry on Limecrest Road, the official groundbreaking for the facility took place at the statrt of the month.

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