We take responsibility for our own activities, influence upstream sourcing as well as downstrem endusers.
We buy raw material locally, reducing ingredients transportation as a result reducing carbon emissions and contribute to climate protection. Increase cullet input during glass manufacturing process.
We use clear energy liquid natural gas to reduce our emissions and low carbon footprint. Avoiding hazardous substances such as heavy metals like lead to safeguard the healthy of consumers.
We improve sustainable performance for people, training employees to avoid risks. Manufacturing glass bottle industry involves cutting risks, using heavy machinery like IS machines, working under noise and high temperatures. Highly trained skilled workers know how to protect.
We encourage consumers dispose and sort their waste properly to achieve the circular economy. Most importantly, our designers help clients to develop more outstanding glass packing appealing consumers to use more glass containers.
Glass is made from all-natural materials. It is the preferred packaging among consumers who value it for maintaining the purity of the cosmetics they consume.
RECYCLABLES ARE PLACED IN CURBSIDE BINS, BUSINESS RECYCLING CONTAINERS,AND/OR BROUGHT TO LOCAL RECYCLING DROP-OFF LOCATIONS
RECYCLABLES ARE COLLECTED
RECYCLABLES ARE DELIVERED TO A MATERIAL RECOVERY FACILITY (MRF)*
RECYCLABLES ARE SEPARATED BY MATERIAL TYPES
GLASS FROM THE MRF AND DROP-OFF LOCATIONS IS SENT TO A GLASS PROCESSING COMPANY
GLASS IS SEPARATED FROM TRASH AND OTHER CONTAMINANTS,THEN
SORTED BY COLOR
RECYCLED GLASS IS SOLD TO GLASS CONTAINER MANUFACTURERS AND MADE NTO NEW BOTTLES AND JARS
CONSUMERS PURCHASE FOOD AND BEVERAGES IN GLASS PACKAGING
Even after continual recycling, glass never loses its quality, purity, or clarity. Glass bottles go from recycling bin to store shelf in as little as 30 days. Jarsking uses an average of 35% post-consumer recycled glass in its bottles.
Jarsking has developed thousands of cosmetic bottles – while maintaining the traditional profile and maximizing shelf presence. Using less glass to make the bottle means less fuel and less carbon emissions.
We recommend our clients to have refillable designs to take sustainable packaging a step further – they can be refilled about 24 times and more, depending on the designs.