The diagram illustrates how the wasted glass bottle treatment is completed.

Overall, there are three main stages with eleven detailed steps in the process of recycling, commencing with collecting wasted glass bottles and culminating with them becoming items sold in the supermarket.
In the first stage, wasted glass bottles are assembled in a collection point and transported by a truck.
Subsequently, the second stage starts with the bottles soaking in high-pressure water and being sorted by different colours. The brown, green and clear bottles are set apart to be transferred to the glass factory and they are crushed into pieces. Then, they are brought to the fenace in order to be burned under the temperature of 600C to 800C. The next step is both recycled liquid glass and new liquid glass are shaped in glass mould.
Finally, after being shaped, they are bottled and moved to the supermarket where they are ready for sale.


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