Composition: Soda-lime-silica beverage or food container glass.
Cullet Colors Segregation: Green Cullet
Other Colors 0-5%
Size: Cullet may be broken but not pulverized.
Moisture: Cullet should be free of excess moisture.
Outthrow Materials: Normal container labels; ring and metal closures where processing capabilities permit.
Prohibitive Materials: Non-acceptable items include non-container glass (vision ware, light bulbs, crystal, windows, mirrors, drinking glasses, ceramic, milk glass, etc.) metals, ores, minerals, bricks, clay, grinding and refractory materials, rocks, clay and ceramic closures.
General: The quality of the unprocessed green container glass cullet must be such that after beneficiation with a conventional container glass cullet processor it will be suitable for the production of glass containers.
Effective as of: July 14th, 2022
Terms & Conditions
The Purchase Agreement Each transaction covering the purchase or sale of container glass cullet should be confirmed in writing and include agreement on the following items: 1. Product Where possible, each container glass cullet grade shall be specified in accordance with the grade as defined. 2. Quantity Where possible, the quantity shall always be specified in terms of a definite number of tons of 2,000 pounds each. A. If the quantity is specified in tons, the order shall be considered completed when aggregate shipments are 5% under or over the quantity ordered. B. If the quantity is specified in carloads or truckloads, a “load” shall be defined as a truck, trailer, or railroad car loaded to full visible capacity not to exceed established legal weight limits. 3. Packaging It should be stated whether shipped units are to be in boxes, or in bulk by railroad car, truck, or trailer. Where possible, approximate weights should be specified. 4. Price Units The price agreed upon shall be clearly stated in US dollars and cents per 2,000 pounds or in US dollars and cents per hundred weight. 5. Terms Terms shall be “net cash 30 days after date of shipment” unless otherwise agreed upon. Arbitration In the event of a total disagreement between buyer and seller, the dispute should be submitted to ISRI arbitration. In all cases, the cost of arbitration shall be borne by the party found to be at fault, or split in the event of compromise, as determined by the arbitrators.