The Clover organization is a small glass recycling and organic glass sheet recycling organization located in Ireland.
The organization collects organic glass and glass recyclables from all over the world.
They also provide educational material on the benefits of recycling glass.
The Clover glass recycler, which also happens to be a recycler for glass bottles, was founded in 2013 by Irish glass recyler Paul Byrne.
The company has since grown to over 1,000 employees, according to the organization.
“The first glass recycles were created in the 1950s by the Irish glass manufacturers who were concerned with the pollution of the Irish environment and the need to create a clean environment for the local population.
The products that came from these manufacturers were toxic and could cause cancer, birth defects and many other adverse health impacts,” said Paul Byrne in a statement.”
With our efforts, we are now seeing a significant drop in the number of glass recycables worldwide.
We are fortunate to have such a strong community of glass recycling enthusiasts who support each other and have an active and sustainable community of support.
Our glass recycolators have worked with glass suppliers to reduce their emissions and recycle glass to reduce its impact on the environment.”
Paul Byrne and the Clover organization are now trying to help more glass recylers in Ireland, according the organization’s website.
“We have started to collect recyclable glass in Ireland to support the efforts of the Clover Organics,” Byrne said.
“This is an exciting time for us to see a change in our glass recycling industry and the positive impact it is having on the planet.”
According to Paul Byrne, the Clover recycling program is working to help all glass recyccors around the world, including Ireland.
“Ireland is a major exporter of glass and the local glass recycling industry is extremely important for Ireland.
We want to work with Ireland to ensure that they are the leader in glass recycling in the EU and beyond,” he said.