Following a 1-year pilot project, Audi is using glass that comes from customers’ car windows for the series production of new vehicles.
Watch the video to see exactly how the process is done. Audi turns broken glass into new windowpanes. But how exactly does it work? The project uses an innovative recycling process in which older car windows are broken into small pieces and then – freed from non-glass impurities such as adhesive residues – are melted down to make new glass sheets which then will be used for new car windows. For this recycling project, Audi partnered with Reiling Glas Recycling, Saint-Gobain Glass, and Saint-Gobain Sekurit.
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