Working Green BioGlass—Helping Artists Develop Eco-efficient Glass Studios

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by Shawn Waggoner


Many hot glass studios have closed around the world due to the rising costs of the fossil fuels required for production. BioGlass, a global nonprofit, is developing solutions and educational opportunities plus research and development that make those costs lower while also helping to reduce the carbon footprint of the glass industry.


This article was originally published on page 46 of the March/April 2012 issue of Glass Art.


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