US Government Selects American Manufacturer Glaro Inc. to Supply Customized Waste Receptacles and Recycling Receptacles Throughout Government Branches

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Leading USA waste receptacle manufacturer, Glaro Inc., has been selected again to provide American made waste and recycling receptacles for use in Government buildings.

The New Yorker Collection of Waste Receptacles

The New Yorker Collection Of Waste Receptacles

We are very pleased to see the U.S. Government continuing its relationship with Glaro. We are equally pleased to see the support of quality American manufacturing and American labor through relationships like this.

Glaro Inc., the industry leader in American made all metal waste receptacles and recycling receptacles announced today its continued role as supplier to the United States government of custom trash and “green” recycling receptacles.

In its continued quest to ensure that government buildings execute government recycling initiatives and outfit their facilities with trash receptacles through domestic sources, the U. S. Government selected Glaro Inc., a Long Island, New York based manufacturer that helped build the receptacle manufacturing industry from the ground up since the 1940’s. Executive Vice President Robert Betensky commented, “We were able to step in and help them execute their recycling program goals utilizing upscale Glaro designs and select customized features. It’s great to see the standards set from the top down on Green initiatives.”

To meet the Government's high standards, Glaro developed a variety of models of waste receptacles and matching recycling receptacles in various sizes and finishes. Durable fire-safe metals and several attractive finishes are being used. Most have authorized government logos appropriate to various government branches. Logos were skillfully silk screened onto the body of each unit by hand under stringent quality control measures. In addition specialized silk screened messages such as “waste” “bottles and cans” and other recycling related messages were applied to the covers next to the appropriate top openings indicating the chosen use. Robert Betensky commented, “We are very pleased to see the U.S. Government continuing its relationship with Glaro. We are equally pleased to see the support of quality American manufacturing and American labor through relationships like this.”

In fact, the relationship, which began when recycling was on the cusp of being made popular nationally, has expanded to include office buildings, visitor centers, museums, etc. Since that time, hundreds of trash receptacles have been built and shipped. “We uphold the highest standards of manufacturing from design through manufacturing, quality control, and even our packaging and shipping methods. Our receptacles have proven to stand up under all weather conditions and are easy to clean. Glaro was able to customize orders quickly as well as ship receptacles faster than other companies. We believe those advantages and the ability of Glaro to customize receptacles were an asset to us in the decision making process” commented Bob Betensky, Executive Vice President.

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About Glaro:
Glaro, Inc. ( is a leading USA manufacturer of commercial and consumer steel and aluminum products sold through dealers for close to 70 years. All products ship in 1 to 3 days. Glaro products are the result of a focus on thoughtful innovation and design. Product lines include bellman carts, metal trash receptacles, recycling receptacles, smokers’ posts and receptacles, crowd control posts and systems, sign frames, and directories, coat hanging equipment, umbrella stands, wet umbrella bag holders, planters, and key drop boxes. A diverse selection of models in 31 finishes is produced in the Hauppauge, New York plant by skilled Glaro craftsmen. The company is known for its quality merchandise and its ability to consistently quick ship all products. The customer service department provides unusually prompt personal service and is sensitive to the needs of dealers.

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