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Glass Recycling At Its Best!


Dlubak Glass Company is family-owned and operated, and is now in its fourth generation of family ownership. Dlubak Glass was founded in a garage in Natrona Heights, PA by Walter Sr. and Mary Dlubak in 1932. Since its start in the bottle recycling business, Dlubak Glass has grown to become one of the largest US recyclers and processors of glass.

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After all the hard work and dedication to make Dlubak Glass successful by the Dlubak family, Dlubak Glass has grown into the largest American recycler of TV and PC monitor (CRT) glass.


The company serves the automotive, CRT, lighting, plate, fiberglass, container, and specialty glass industries, with five plants located in Kentucky, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, and Texas, in addition to numerous depots throughout the US, Canada and Mexico.


The company's five plants are fully permitted and licensed for glass recycling and serve their customers worldwide with sales volumes in excess of 400,000 tons per year.


Dlubak Glass is the largest US processor, recycler, and broker for automotive plate and windshield glass; largest US processor and recycler for lighting industry glass.

We are also the largest US processor and recycler of television and PC monitor  glass and one of the largest recyclers of window plate and container glass.

Dlubak Glass recycles approximately 70% of the nation's recyclable automotive glass and sells nearly 300 tons per day of recycled glass to the nation's fiberglass industry.


Dlubak Glass is proud to be certified to the following standards:

IS0 14001 :2015, which maps out a framework for a company or organization to follow to set up an effective environmental management system.

OHSAS 18001 :2007, which helps organizations put in place demonstrably sound occupational health and safety performance systems. It is widely seen as the world’s most recognized occupational health and safety management systems standard.

R2 :2013, which sets forth requirements relating to environmental, health, safety, and security aspects of electronics recycling.

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