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    Glass Available Listing (3 records found)
    Glass Beads - Granular     A 17/1857    
    Generated from the refinishing of metal plates. Whitish dust, some residual metals, RCRA non-hazardous. Potential or intended use: filler. 15,000 lbs continuous. Sample,MSDS,lab and independent analysis available.
    Material(s) Available in: Temple, TX
    CONTACT: Todd Hyer, 254-207-6318
    Scrap Glass     A 17/2708    
    Uni-colored scrap glass prior to fiberglass insulation manufacturing (a mixture of glass cullet, marbles, chicklets, primary fines, and dust). Material is not hazardous. Excellent for glass recycling plants.
    Material(s) Available in: Cleburne, TX
    CONTACT: Ricardo Santos, 817-556-6659
    Glass Bead Media     A 17/7253    
    Whole and spent glass bead media used in dry blasting operations. Stored dry in 55-gallon drums.
    Material(s) Available in: Dallas, TX
    CONTACT: Travis Bawcum, 972-241-2501

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