Michelle Goth Ripple Glass

For Immediate Release Missouri Recycling Association P.O. Box 2144 Jefferson City, MO  65102 573.491.4255 www.mora.org Kansas City woman receives recycling award Michelle Goth of Kansas City, Missouri, received a Missouri Recycling Association 25th Anniversary Award at the annual Missouri Recycling Association Conference on August 10 in Osage Beach, Missouri. Goth was selected to receive this…

This Spring, Kansas City’s own Burns & McDonnell opened its doors and hearts to Ripple Glass and encouraged its employees to start (or continue!) recycling glass. Ripple’s partnership with Burns & McDonnell is a natural one, as they share many of our values and enthusiasm about recycling and living green (and purple). “As an employee…

Play ball!!! Yep, its baseball season again, and with our World Champion Kansas City Royals taking the field, it is expected that “The K” will be a very popular destination this season, and that the parking lots will be full of tailgating Royals fans! Tailgating is a KC tradition – and a great add-on to…

We are thrilled to welcome new hosts to the Ripple Glass family! Please recycle at: Ball’s Price Chopper, 300 SW Blue Pkwy, Lee’s Summit, MO 64063 Queen’s Price Chopper, 22350 S Harrison St, Spring Hill, KS 66083 And The University of Missouri-Kansas City, 4825 Troost, Kansas City, Missouri 64110 Many thanks to these Price Chopper…

For immediate release          The City of Branson competed against other cities in four Midwestern states to win Ripple Glass’ inaugural “Glass Recycling Program of the Year Award.” As the award’s first recipient, the City will receive a semi-truck load of Owen’s Corning fiberglass insulation ($10,000 retail value), which will be used…

Ask Ben! Dear Ripple Glass Ben – I love to recycle, and I am happy to recycle my glass. I use an old cardboard box to collect my glass, and I’m always afraid the bottom is going to break. Is there a better solution? Signed, Collapsing Cardboard Calamity     Dear C Cubed – Glass…

Recently, the Wall Street Journal published an article titled “High Costs Put Cracks in Glass Recycling.” The article laments the recent increase in costs to process glass in the United States and the devastating end result: municipalities are pulling glass out of their recycling programs altogether. This is happening despite the high demand for recycled glass cullet. Why? When…