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Safe Pro Auto Glass offers Windshield Repair services in Peoria AZ.

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Safe Pro Auto Glass has an overall ZapScore of 88. This means that Safe Pro Auto Glass has a higher ZapScore than 88% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Peoria, Arizona is 40 and in the Windshield Repair category is 63. Learn more about ZapScore.

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SafePro Auto Glass is Recycling 3 tons (6000 Pounds) of Windshields Daily!!! SafeProAutoGlass.com SafePro the ONLY Auto Glass Company in the Western United States that is Recycling 100% of our Windshields... We will Recycle over 2,000,000 Million Pounds of Glass, that would have gone into the ground at Landfills, over the next 12 months. GLASS RECYCLING FACTS: 1. Every month here in the United States, we throw away enough glass bottles, jars, and automotive replacement glass, to fill up a giant skyscraper the size of "One World Trade Center." All of this glass is 100% recyclable! If recycled glass is substituted for half of the raw materials, the waste is cut by more than 80%. 2. The energy saved from recycling one pound glass can run a 100-watt light bulb for four hours or a fluorescent bulb for 20 hours. recycling causes 20% less air pollution and 50% less water pollution than when one pound of new glass is made from raw materials. 3. A modern glass bottle would possibly take 1 Million years or more to decompose and even longer if it's buried in the landfill. MISCELLANEOUS RECYCLING FACTS: 4. An estimated 80,000,000 Hershey's Kisses are wrapped each day, using enough aluminum foil to cover over 50 acres of space. That's almost 40 football fields. All that foil is recyclable, but not many people realize it. 5. Rainforests are being cut down at the rate of 100 acres per minute! 6. A single quart of motor oil, if disposed of improperly, can contaminate up to 2,000,000 gallons of fresh water. 7. Motor oil never wears out, it just gets dirty. Oil can be recycled, re-refined and used again, reducing our reliance on imported oil. 8. On average, each one of us produces 4.4 pounds of solid waste each day. This adds up to almost a ton of trash per person, per year. 9. A typical family consumes 182 gallons of soda, 29 gallons of juice, 104 gallons of milk, and 26 gallons of bottled water a year. That's a lot of containers -- make sure they're recycled! These recycling facts have been compiled from various sources including the National Recycling Coalition, the Environmental Protection Agency, and Earth911.org. While we make every effort to provide accurate information, We make no warranty or guarantee that the facts presented here are exact. SafePro Auto Glass welcomes all polite corrections to the information provided. Please also feel free to contact us if you have additional recycling facts to share with us... Please email us at Info@SafeProAutoGlass.com or Call us at 602-600-0000 or Contact the owner/Founder Rex at Rex@SafeProAutoGlass.com For more information about us check out, SafeProAutoGlass.com Facebook.com/SafeProAutoGlass Links to our website SafeProAutoGlass.com, are always welcome. Feel free to use any information listed on our site for your own, not for profit educational purposes. A link to our site as your source is appreciated. For even more information and additional recycling facts, please visit The National Recycling Coalition: https://nrcrecycles.org/ MORE RECYCLING INFORMATION RECYCLING BASICS: http://www.recycling-revolution.com/recycling-basics.html The amount of information and seemingly endless facts about recycling is overwhelming. Here you can find the recycling basics to get you started. WHAT TO RECYCLE NEXT: http://www.recycling-revolution.com/what-to-recycle-next.html Now that you are more comfortable with the recycling basics, we can start doing even more to help the environment. Learn what to recycle next. RECYCLING BENEFITS: http://www.recycling-revolution.com/recycling-benefits.html Recycling benefits are numerous. Learn several economic and environmental benefits to consider. PARENTS RECYCLING RESOURCES: http://www.recycling-revolution.com/parents-recycling-resources.html Parents recycling resources that communicate how a parent's influence is essential in molding our children's habits and values. How you can help grow a green generation. USE RECYCLING AS A FUNDRAISER: http://www.recycling-revolution.com/fund-raising-ideas.html Many fundraising ideas and opportunities are readily available through recycling and as a bonus, you help the economy and environment. VOTE WITH YOUR WALLET: http://www.recycling-revolution.com/resources.html Purchase products created from recycled products, from companies that recycle like SafePro Auto Glass... From companies that run fair trade and environmentally friendly programs. Learn more about making greener, better choices. CONTACT GLASSKING RECOVERY AND RECYCLING at: 602-278-4480 and ask for Blake the owner. Facebook.com/GlassKingRecycling
Glass recycling made simple. Providing customized glass recycling solutions for residents and businesses throughout Arizona.

FROM SAFEPRO® AUTO GLASS Please watch this video it is about: The Things That Matter The Most... It's easy to get caught up on the less important things in life and lose focus on what matters most. To live a happier life we need to work on our perspective and priorities. When I was younger I heard a beautiful parable on the topic of prioritizing the things that truly matter and decided to bring the message through the medium of video. I hope this inspires you and like the Professor says " we can truly accomplish anything if we use our time wisely." Focus on what truly matters and life will have a way to be that much brighter and fulfilling. Love your God, Love Your Family, Love Your Friends and Yourself... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=70WVbVn_5Kg
It's easy to get caught up on the less important things in life and lose focus on what matters most. To live a happier life we need to work on our perspectiv...

https://i.pinimg.com/236x/77/db/75/77db75c1fd7945bb5604c9ceb46187f3--antique-glass-bottles-mantle.jpg http://www.mobileglassco.com/wp-content/gallery/austin-mobile-glass/broken-windshields.jpg SafePro Auto Glass, Recycles Windshields 602-600-0000 SafeProAutoGlass.com This might help many of you understand the enormous amount of time it takes for glass to decompose! How do we know it takes a million years to decompose? We don't know exactly but it might take longer... Some of the science says it has to do with "Naturally Occurring Glass" like Obsidian. How Long Does it Take for a Glass Bottle to Degrade in a Landfill? Written by Carolyn Csanyi When a dropped glass shatters or a rock chips the car's windshield, it's tempting to think of glass as a fragile material but relatively inert glass bottles aren't decomposed by strong chemicals and will last as long as Granite or Marble Stone under many conditions or scenarios. Actually, glass is one of the longest-lasting man-made materials. The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services estimates that it takes 1 million years for a glass bottle to decompose in the environment, with conditions in a landfill even more protected. Glass artifacts from glassmaking's beginnings in Egypt, around 2000 B.C., still exist in relatively pristine condition. Naturally Occurring Glass Examples of the long-lasting qualities of glass come from the glass made in nature, an opaque material called Obsidian. It results from volcanic activity melting silica rock or sand to form black, red, gray, brown or green glass. Natural Obsidian deposits were mined by prehistoric peoples to make weapon points, cutting tools, mirrors and other objects. In Iraq, obsidian use dates back to Paleolithic times, around 30,000 BP. In North America, the Obsidian Cliff deposits in Yellowstone National Park were formed about 180,000 years ago and mined by Native Americans for more than 10,000 years. Glass Components The basic ingredients for glass are silica sand, soda, and lime. Other ingredients give glass its color, clarity or opaqueness, and strength. Different minerals give glass color, with gold giving red, manganese purple and cobalt blue. Raw ingredients need very high temperatures -- ranging from 2,600 to 2,900 degrees Fahrenheit -- to change into molten glass, depending on the composition. Molten glass is pressed, blown, molded, drawn or cast into glass objects. Once formed and cooled, glass doesn't readily react with other substances to change its structure. Long-Lasting Glass. Glass History Glass items exist from throughout the history of glassmaking, whether they were buried in archaeological remains, sunk in sailing vessels or carefully preserved by collectors. Glass can change in appearance after it is buried, with chemical reactions between the surrounding soil and the glass often resulting in iridescent surfaces. This adds to its beauty but doesn't detract from its strength. Glass can be brittle or strong, depending on its composition. The Older glass is more brittle than the current modern glass, but this does not affect its decomposition rate in landfills. In landfills, glass isn't exposed to degradation by wind or erosion. Recycling Glass Originally, glass was a rare and precious commodity, because it took so much fuel to melt the ingredients and because of the labor-intensive production. Modern methods allow mass production of glass containers and objects. In 2011, Americans contributed 11.5 million tons of glass to the municipal solid waste stream. Glass lends itself to indefinite recycling without loss of strength. Broken into cullet, recycled glass goes into new containers or to products such as kitchen tiles, wall insulation, and abrasives. The Value of Recycling Glass Given the long life of glass and the ease with which it can be recycled, it makes sense to recycle glass. As of 2011, Americans recycled more than 3 million tons of glass, an increase from 750,000 tons in 1980. Most recycled glass comes from beverage and food containers. Cullet costs less than virgin glass and saves energy because it melts at a lower temperature, which in turn means lower emissions of greenhouse gases, such as nitrogen oxide and carbon dioxide. Recycling one glass bottle saves enough energy to run a computer for 25 minutes, according to British Glass... www.britglass.org.uk/ (British Glass represents the interests of primary glass manufacturers and the glass supply-chain, from raw materials to retail and the end-consumer.)

Here are some Glass Facts: Producing glass from virgin non-recycled glass materials requires 30 percent more energy than producing it from crushed, used recycled glass. The energy saved from recycling one glass bottle will operate a 100-watt light bulb for four hours. It takes approximately 1 million years for a glass bottle to break down in the landfill. I believe it takes only 5 to 15 years for Recycled glass that is broken down into small pieces to become "Sea Glass" that is smooth and without edges similar to a pebble 1/8th to 1/4 inch like this:

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