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Gardiner Woman Plays Key Role in Missoula Glass Recycling Project

Aubree Durfey, Gardiner High School alum and Jardine Ski Run volunteer and ribbon winner, helped put together an Earth Day project in Missoula that brought a glass pulverizer to town. The machine was the guest of honor in Caras Park and ground through 10 tons of glass in 5 hours.

The pulverizer turns glass into cullet - which is currently being used in a variety of areas, including in products that rely upon aggregate, like sidewalks and floors,and is also being used in landscaping, fish tanks and in horse arenas.

Read all about it in the Missoulian.

Posted on Thursday, May 3, 2007 at 09:56AM by Registered CommenterBear Creek Council | CommentsPost a Comment

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