The state’s recycling program, Apple Recycling Program, helps glass-recycling programs nationwide.
The program is designed to give glass recycators better incentives for getting recycled glass.
Glass recycling is a lucrative industry.
In 2016, the U.S. Glass Recycler Association reported that glass was one of the fastest growing recyclables in the country, and it had a record breaking 2016 with $1.8 billion in revenue.
In 2017, the Glass Recycle Program, which has since been expanded to include other types of recyclers, has helped to create $1 billion in economic value for the state, the group reported.
In 2018, Apple, in partnership with Glass Recrycler, helped Glass Recyeclers create an annual glass recycling program in which they get $500 in credit towards their tax bill, which they can then use toward a glass recycling permit or the purchase of a new glass.
Apple Recycle Program is the first statewide program that Apple has launched to give incentives to glass recylers, according to the group.
This program will help Glass Recynclers to get a much-needed revenue boost from the tax incentive, which will help grow the industry in Minnesota and help Glass-recyclers increase their recycling capacity, the company said in a statement.
The Glass Recymaking Program is just one of many initiatives that Apple is taking to help the glass industry, which is struggling with high glass prices.
In 2019, Apple launched a new initiative called Glass Nation to help glass companies increase their glass recycling capacity.
Glass is an integral part of the consumer products industry.
More than 70 percent of the world’s glass is recycled.
Glass, which contains silicon, is one of only a handful of materials that has a long-term lifespan, meaning it can be recycled for a very long time, according the Glass Industry Association.
In 2020, Apple announced that it was opening a new facility to manufacture glass.
The company is also expanding its partnerships with Glass Inc., the company that makes the glass.
In 2020, the two companies teamed up to offer free shipping for orders of up to 5,000 glass bottles.
Apple also announced that in 2019, it would create a Glass-Recycling-Forum, where Glass Recypers could discuss and learn about their recycling options.