How Sand Made From Crushed Glass Rebuilds Louisiana’s Shrinking Coast | World Wide Waste

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Two college students founded one of Louisiana’s only glass recycling companies. They’re turning glass into sand and using it for coastal restoration.

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How Sand Made From Crushed Glass Rebuilds Louisiana’s Shrinking Coast | World Wide Waste