Glass Worldwide Interview With GMIC Executive Director Bob Lipetz
The 2016 Sept/Oct issue of Glass Worldwide contains an interview with Executive Director Robert Weisenburger Lipetz who shares GMIC’s activities and objectives. Glass Worldwide has elected to designate the interview as one of the four articles that are featured on their home page on their website. Download the PDF article.
The Glass Manufacturing Industry Council White Paper On Cullet Utilization And Opportunities
An overview of cullet recycling in the US with a review of opportunities to increase cullet recycling through technical developments.
Based on the latest available data and interviews with dozens of experts in every stage of the cullet chain of custody. This report follows cullet from consumers back to the glass plants with an analysis of the challenges at each processing step. A close look is presented of ways technical challenges could be addressed to increase the two glass manufacturing industry challenges of increased cullet supply and higher quality. Appendices provide up-do-date resource information on cullet recycling.
The Glass Manufacturing Industry Council White Paper on Cullet Utilization and Opportunities is funded entirely by the GMIC and is provided to all interested parties at no charge.
To download the PDF white paper, CLICK HERE.
Glass Industry Brochure
GMIC has published an informational/promotional piece on the glass industry that illustrates, in full color, the many aspects of glass: from its origins in nature through its evolution to its reality today as an integral part of every aspect of our life. Produced through the cooperative efforts of Schott Glass Technologies, Corning, Inc., the Department of Energy, and the GMIC, this is the first brochure in this country to bring together all the wonders of glass for a variety of audiences: glass companies will provide to prospective and new employees; high schools and universities can use it in science courses and to introduce engineering students to the possibilities of glass; the general public will respond to the beauty and diversity of this ubiquitous product.
The cost is $120/case (120 pcs./cs) plus $17 S&H
Technical And Economic Assessment (TEA) Available At GMIC
An in-depth look at the glass industry, tracing the history of current and developing melting technologies and describing the economic challenges the industry faces. This comprehensive reference book was produced by the GMIC under contract to the Department of Energy. Principal Investigators Phil Ross and Gabe Tincher interviewed representatives of over 90 companies and consulted hundreds of technical articles and patents to create this complete overview of our industry, its past and possible future! Margaret Rasmussen of the Paul Vickers Gardner Glass Center, and former Editor of the “Glass Researcher”, is Editor.
You can order the TEA for $15.00
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