In fact, given that all the glass appears to come from a single glass workshop on the Levant coast and was in more or less contemporary use when it was placed on board the ship as either intact vessels or cullet
(scrap destined for recycling) for transport to workshops perhaps near Constantinople, the absence or near-absence of comparative material does not affect the value of the assemblage.
This includes: n a modern public recycling facility built using recycled demolition material and cullet
(landscaped using soil conditioner produced from council green wastes).
All these glasses start life as a molten mixture of sand, silica and cullet
-the term used for recycled glass.
The company will soon take delivery on glass processing equipment that will allow it to produce clean cullet
that can be marketed to bottle makers.
The recent adoption of AASHTO specifications on glass cullet
(M-318-01) and reclaimed PCC (M-319-02) for granular base course is evidence of the widespread support for recycled material aggregates.
At its heart is a crystalline chamber made of greenish cullet
glass, sourced from factory waste from kilns in the glass-making industry.
Rockware says its bottle bank recycling scheme, together with its new glass cullet
treatment plant, is resulting in some of its furnaces using in excess of 95% recycled glass.
The unit sends bottles though a caustic bath, with a cullet
channel to remove cullet
and other debris.
Imperfect containers are automatically rejected to a cullet
conveyor system, which returns them to the manufacturing process for recycling.
Because it's simpler, many artists today just use cullet
in the manufacturing process reduces energy usage, saves raw materials, and results in further decreased emissions.
REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT II-64 Stringent Production Standards in the US II-64 Maximum Allowable Contaminant Levels in Float Cullet
II-64 Automotive Regulations II-64 Safety Glazing Legislations II-64 BS Codes II-64 Building Regulations II-65 8.