Sorry, I think I missed at least one or two posts on this. Is this usable glass, or broken/to be disposed of glass. If it's glass tubing there is probably somebody around that would take it (though I admit I have a ton of it myself).
I would suggest Chemglass, Inc.
You should have a local rep. If not, let me know and I can reach out to them.
Does anyone know of a recycler of pyrex glass, preferably in the Midwest? Our normal recycler does not take pyrex glassware and no-one else seems to that I can find. I??m referring to clean, but may be broken, high temp glassware; so there is no concern with chemical contaminants.
Appreciate any assistance with this.
DG Hammond, PhD & Chair
Dept of Chemistry and Biochemistry
236 W. Reade Ave
Upland, IN 46989
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