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I've listed some resources to explore. 

You may wish to contact Eddie Bernard for help with your research: eddiewetdog@worldnet.att.net. Eddie Bernard is the owner of Wet Dog Glasshttp://www.wetdogglass.com/, Glass Artist founder of NOCGI, the New Orleans Creative Glass Institute. He builds efficient glass furnaces and is a technical engineer for glass melting. FYI - He is on the board of the Glass Art Society (GAS) and is in Corning for a meeting this week. 

The BioGlass website provides contact information for "the eco-efficient glass communities world wide."
Recent "green" projects: https://www.bioglass.org/projects/

EnergyXchange Renewable Energy Center 

https://web.eenorthcarolina.org/net/org/info.aspx?s=44658.0.
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https://www.cooperativeconservationamerica.org/viewproject.a
sp?pid=717
 
(This project is widely discussed on the web. A "Google" search brings up lots of sites.) 

Pittsburgh Glass Center 
https://www.pittsburghglasscenter.org/ 
5472 Penn Ave 
Pittsburgh, PA 15206 
(412) 365-2145 
Studio Technician Manager, Beagles (Brent Craig), ext. 204 
Director of Studios and Technology, Chris Clarke, ext. 205 


I've attached a bibliography that lists selected publications available in our library.

 

 

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