Have an old plate or used lightbulb you’re trying to get rid of? Sadly, the short answer is that glass products that aren’t a jar or bottle aren’t all that easy to recycle. In fact, more often than not, it’s better to throw them in the trash than in your recycling bin, where it will wreak havoc on other recyclables.
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A Current Affair recently published a story titled Candle Warning that had all of the customary fear mongering flair that its brand has become synonymous with. The subject -- exploding glass candles and how they’re a danger to your home. Three minutes of concerned mothers, hidden video cameras and a few tips on how to avoid burning your house down and you have yourself some glorious Facebook clickbait.
I worked for a candle company for a number of years and I can confirm that candle explosions are quite a legitimate problem. I can also attest that most of the time these incidents occur due to a lack of education or common sense. Here’s the thing, scented candles are a lovely luxury but they still involve fire; something that is always potential danger when you’re not careful.