After being separated from other waste materials, various forms of glass are placed on a conveyor belt, which transports them to a platform where the glass is sorted manually by color.
Sorted shards are passed through a glass crusher with the help of a chute, where they are pulverized by an electric motor and various screens that break them into several dimensions of shards known as cullet.
Post pulverization, the shattered glass is safer to handle for further manageable recycling and exits the pulverizer through a discharge chute. To avail superior value crushed glass cullet installation, separate crushers may be used for different colored glass.
Further cleaning comprises of separating other material from the crushed glass, such as metals, plastic, paper and corks, by using a machine that makes the separation easy.
A Trommel screen plays an essential part in the pulverization process as it allows different-sized cullet to be discharged.