Cartier: Glass is back, and you won’t be sorry

Cartier’s glass recycling business has been the subject of much speculation over the past year, as the French company has been under pressure to introduce a new glass screen protection.

Now, the company is rolling out a new product that is meant to help reduce the environmental footprint of its glass collection.

The glass recycling bin is called a “shower-grade glass” bin, and it’s the brainchild of an international glass recycling cooperative called the Glass Recycling Project.

It was designed to make it easier for the company to recycle its glass for glass display purposes.

While the glass bin is still in the works, the product is scheduled to launch later this year.

Cartier, which currently operates the majority of its product lines in the US and Canada, has invested a great deal of money into the project and is hoping to produce as much as 50 million glass screens a year by 2020.

The project is now being run by the Glass Recovery Project, an international group of glass recyclers.

In the past, Cartier has been responsible for recycling glass from its entire glass collection, but it’s now looking to move away from that.

In an interview with Quartz, Philippe Aude, the CEO of Glass Recys, said the bin would help reduce plastic pollution.

He said that Cartier is now focusing on making its glass display collection more environmentally friendly.

“We’re focusing on reducing plastic pollution,” Aude told Quartz.

“The more plastic we’re using, the less we can recycle.”

The company has already created a new bin with a high-density polyethylene (HDPE) material.

This material can be used in the bin’s lid, as well as in its container and on the sides.

According to the company, it is designed to hold up to 3.5 million glass beads and has a capacity of approximately 20,000 glass beads.

It is also made of stainless steel and is recyclable through a process known as electrolysis.

The bin can also be used for recycling recycled glass, which is a process that involves removing some of the glass beads, but also breaking down other parts of the product.

It will be available in a number of sizes, ranging from 10 millimeters to 15 centimeters.

This new bin will be the second bin Cartier makes for recycling.

The first bin, launched in 2015, was made of recycled glass that was then mixed with a polyethylenimine material to make a glass film.

It cost Cartier more than $100 million to produce.

Aude said that the new bin has several advantages over the previous bin.

“With the recycling bin, we can be more transparent and more efficient,” he said.

“This is a technology that is already being used, but we can also increase the recycling efficiency.”

According to Aude there will be a total of seven bins made of plastic, as opposed to the previous bins that only held a few beads.

The bins will be able to recycle up to 20,00 glass beads per year, and that’s before accounting for the glass that is recycled.

There will also be a glass recycling program for the bin, where a company will donate their glass in the form of glass shards and glass filters.

The Glass Recovery project is also working on glass recycling for other products, including bags and paper, which can be recycled into plastic bottles.

The group said that it will also produce glass for display at events and markets, with the glass being placed into a glass jar and the glass recycling collected.

The glasses bin has also been used for other purposes, including to create an alternative to plastic packaging.

Cartiers products have previously been recycled in glass bottles, but the company said that this is not a sustainable option.

“It is not an easy material to use, as it is a plastic product and requires special processing techniques to make the product,” Aute told Quartz, referring to the glass.

“Therefore, the glass will not be recycled.”