The Global Glass Conservation Alliance (GGCA) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to reducing the energy impact of glass upon the earth. The GGCA promotes the repair, restoration, reuse and recycling of all types of architectural and automotive glass and the development of technology that helps conserve and reduce the energy impact of glass upon the earth.
The GGCA is comprised of three councils: the National Windshield Repair Association (NWRA), the Scratch Removal Council and the Float Glass Recycling Council. The three councils work concurrently to bring awareness to the public about the benefits of glass repair, restoration, reuse and recycling. The alliance’s goal is to reduce the amount of glass that is thrown out each year and to espouse the benefits of being an environmentally conscious glass consumer. Members may belong to one, two or all three councils depending on their line of work and interest.
Members of the GGCA include:
The GGCA offers programs and services that benefit anyone involved with glass repair, restoration, reuse and recycling.
- Automotive and flat glass manufacturers; fabricators and/or glaziers;
- Distributors and retailers;
- Scratch removal companies;
- Window film and other energy value providers;
- Automotive and flat glass repair companies;
- Glass recyclers;
- Manufacturers, distributors and/or retailers of products using recycled or reused glass;
- Insurance companies;
- Any other entity actively engaged in reducing the impact of glass and glass products upon the earth; and
- Consumers with an interest in saving the earth.
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