What happens to the glass that you bring to the transfer station? Well, if you go to the Cavendish, Ludlow, Rockingham, or Springfield transfer stations, all of the pickle jars, peanut butter jars, Snapple bottles, and wine bottles end up in a big pile on Springfield town land. Once a year or so, the glass is ground up.

That glass is called processed glass aggregate or PGA. Contractors can use PGA as a gravel substitute in a variety of applications.

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Southern Windsor/Windham Counties Solid Waste Management District

P. O. Box 320  •  Ascutney, VT  • 05030
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