Fiberglass recycling is here. Finally.
Global Fiberglass Solutions offers pioneering fiberglass recycling and green-product manufacturing.
We help wind energy and other industries avoid landfills, build customer trust, and achieve true sustainability.
Industrial fiberglass recycling
From wind turbine blades to marine craft and more, GFS dismantles, transports, and recycles your large-scale fiberglass using a first-of-its-kind process. Your waste stream is verified and transparent at every step thanks to our SourceTracker® software.
Recycled fiberglass products
Once GFS processes fiberglass into raw material, we then create versatile, customized products such as composite panels, railroad ties, plastic composites, and beyond. You can order fibers or our EcoPoly pellets in bulk to make your own products.
Landfill or incinerator. 2 bad choices.
Yet until recently these were the only disposal options for fiberglass waste. Wrong for the environment, and wrong for clean energy companies with reputations to protect.
Add rising fees, regulations, and customer demand for accountability, and now retired fiberglass becomes a massive global problem.
In 2009 CEO Don Lilly launched GFS to find a better way. After years of breakthrough development, GFS now offers sustainable recycling and a second life for fiberglass composite material.
Why choose GFS?
Protect your reputation
Keep your company’s sustainability record strong and accountable while building customer trust.
Leave landfills behind
Avoid rising tipping fees and a negative environmental legacy through a zero-waste process.
Gain competitive edge
Separate from competitors with an advanced disposal system that’s verifiable at every step.
Future-proof against potential regulations or liabilities of landfilling or incineration.
GFS recycling can lead to potential tax/carbon credits and better financing rates.
Join global leadership
Partner with leading edge of sustainability movement and support the circular economy.
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