19 - 20 March 2024
09:00 - 17:30 CET

Glass is unique as a material offers true cradle-to-cradle circularity. Higher usage of cullet is a strategy to move the glass industry to a lower-carbon future. The quality of post-consumer cullet can have a significant impact on final glass quality. Managing cullet internally at a plant is also critical in achieving stable operations. This course is meant to cover all aspects industrial use of cullet, suggesting how to manage risks and gain the benefits by using recycled glass.


  • General inspection technique for cullet
  • Best practices for cullet management – both post-consumer and plant-return glass – in a manufacturing plant
  • Techniques to track-and-trace cullet quality
  • Impact of cullet on production: energy, glass quality, color, asset wear, and lifetime
  • Technologies used to clean, separate, and inspect cullet
  • Overview of US glass recycling landscape and infrastructure – challenges and opportunities
Scott Cooper
Scott holds a PhD in Material Science and Engineering. After graduation, he began as a scientist at O-I, the world’s largest manufacturer of glass containers. His work at O-I focused on novel approaches to melting and manufacturing glass, for which he earned 13 US patents. From May 1st, 2023, Scott Cooper has taken on the role of Technical Director for the USA at CelSian.
Price The price per participant is 2.190 EUR. This is the equivalent of 4 tons of glass.

The 6th participant from the same company can join FOR FREE. Prices exclude tax and duti es.
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