INDIANAPOLIS, January 10, 2022 / PRNewswire / – Ardagh Glass Packaging (AGP), which is part of the Ardagh Group, will celebrate the United Nations Glass New Year in 2022, commemorating the important work of packing glasses in a permanent category.
The International Commission on Glass (ICG), Community of Glass Associations (CGA) and ICOM-Glass are recommending 2022 as the following year. United Nations International Year of Glass (IYOG) emphasizing the importance of science, economics and the culture of glass in all its aspects in our daily lives.
The annual festival will bring a variety of events around the world, including exhibitions and exhibitions, seminars and TV events, informing and educating people everywhere about the history of glass and its most valuable contributions to communities such as sustainability. , health, culture and skills, to name a few. AGP hopes to support other developments in our communities by recognizing that this work is one of the most important in our industry. These include National Day of Glass on April 5-7, 2022 at Madison in Washington, DC, and the Glasstec Exhibition at Sept. 20-23, 2022 mu Dusseldorf, Germany.
The first glass bottles and jars were made in it Egypt over 2,000 years ago. Today, glasses are made from 100% natural and durable materials – recycled glass, mineral stones, soda ash and silk sand.
Glass is durable and recyclable, making it ideal for the surrounding economy. In addition, the glass is the only food packaging used extensively by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) ” GRAS, ‘or Generally Regarded As Safe – the highest quality.
AGP has a long and proud history of glass making from over 300 years. All AGP glass bottles and jars have recycled glass (cullet), and, inside Europe, AGP uses up to 90% of the modified formats.
“AGP is a leading supplier of sustainable, durable glass, which contributes significantly to the surrounding economy,” he said. Mike Dick, Chief Commerce Officer of Ardagh Group. “In this IYOG, the AGP focuses on product development and planning, as well as development initiatives that can help achieve our 2030 sustainability goals outlined in Ardagh Group’s recent Sustainability Report.”
These goals include zero waste disposal, 26% reduction in water use, 23% reduction in NOx emissions, 100% renewable energy conversion and increased use of recycled glass in our furnaces. We are also affiliated with the Science Based Targets Initiative for Greenhouse Gas emissions and are committed to providing CO.2 further reduction focus on the production of low carbon emissions using new and existing technologies.
Eight areas in the AGP are already using renewable energy: Limmared, Sweden; Barnsley, Doncaster, Irvine and Knottingley in the UK, and Bridgeton, New Jersey; Burlington, Wisconsin; and Wood, California mu United States. To support the AGP emissions reduction program, major renewable energy projects not available on the site are being developed in three European locations – one of them Germany and two in the UK
In line with these strategic objectives, AGP – North America (NA) has diverted waste from landfills Burlington, Wisconsin and Ruston, Louisiana by diverting 100% of non-hazardous waste oil from waste and converting it to renew energy and other uses. In the future, the same approach will be applied to additional areas in AGP – NA.
For more information on Ardagh’s progress and to read our 2021 Sustainability Report, please visit ardaghgroup.com/sustainability.
Gina Behrman, Vice President, Marketing, Communications & NPD at Ardagh Glass Packaging – North America, firstname.lastname@example.org, +1.317.558.5717
Sharon Todd, Business Director at Ardagh Glass Packaging – Europe, email@example.com+44. (0) 7768718941
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Ardagh Group and global suppliers of recyclable metals and leading glass worldwide. Ardagh operates 57 steel and glass mills in 12 countries, employing more than 16,000 people and businesses. $ 7bn.
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