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Blog posts and the latest news from Krysteline Technologies.

The UN International Year of Glass 2022

IYOG 2022

For blog posts following our journey throughout the International Year of Glass

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October 2021

Is Glass Dust Safe?

Glass is manufactured using silica dioxide, so we are regularly asked about the safety of glass dust. To help avoid future confusion we have constructed a quick guide on the difference between crystalline silica and amorphous silica.

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October 2020

End Market for Recycled Glass - Hydroponics

Recycled glass can be used to grow plants and can increase quantity and quality of yields plus production of crops can be year around through a process is called Hydroponics!

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Krysteline's Coronavirus Update

To ensure the healthy & safety of our staff, our customers and our suppliers, Krysteline Technologies are taking the following precautions during the COVID-19 outbreak:

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January 2020

New Distributor Announcement - Lup Colombia

We are proud to announce Lup Colombia as our new exclusive distributors in Colombia and South America.

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September 2019

Success at Gaspesie

As the principle technology provider for the glass crushing and recycling system at Gaspésie, Krysteline Technologies would like to congratulate Nathalie Drapeau on her success, recycling 100% of waste glass collected.

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August 2019

The Krysteline Difference

We do things a little differently here at Krysteline, sharing knowledge & encouraging the recycling of 100% of waste glass that would otherwise go to landfill.

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June 2019

What is Foam Glass?

What is foam glass and why is it important for the future of glass recycling?

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May 2019

Glass Recycling in Hong Kong

Krysteline Technologies played a large part in increasing glass container recycling in Hong Kong through our partnership with Baguio Waste Management & Recycling Ltd.

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Case Study: Krysteline GPK 300 Installation

The states of Guernsey take steps to resolve their costly lack of landfill sites.

The second largest Channel Island of Guernsey, a mere 78km² in area, is vastly running out of space; its last landfill site, Mont Cuet, is scheduled to be full in 2022.

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