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New Colorado Recycling Facility to Increase Denver’s Glass Recycling Rate

Momentum Recycling Opens First Bottle-to-Bottle Glass Recycling Plant in Colorado

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Momentum Recycling recently opened a new state-of-the-art “bottle to bottle” recycling plant in Colorado. The new Colorado facility will be the Salt Lake City-based company’s first facility outside of Utah, and will serve to dramatically increase the glass recycling rate for Denver and Colorado.

“We’re excited to be opening this truly innovative facility, especially in Colorado, a state that has put such a significant focus on strong recycling practices,” said John Lair, President and CEO of Momentum Recycling. “This facility will produce high-quality recycled glass for use by local bottle manufacturers, and help the state of Colorado move towards a goal of zero waste.”

Momentum Recycling currently recycles glass from communities all around Colorado including the City & County of Denver, Boulder County and Larimer County.

For more information, visit Monentum Recycling.