Donate broken colorful glass

by Kathy
(Point Pleasant, NJ)

Is there somewhere in NJ to donate broken colorful glass? I remember reading somewhere that there is, and they take it out to sea where it nature does her thing. I did an internet search and didn't find anything.

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Jul 26, 2019
Donate Broken Glass
by: Anonymous

Returning glass to the sea is returning it to its natural state as glass is made from sand and where does sand come from. Polluting would be throwing plastic into the oceans not glass.

Jul 02, 2019
That’s pollution
by: Anonymous

That wild just be littering, wouldn’t it? Just polluting the oceans.

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