Since ancient times, there are glass bottles in our country. In the past, academics thought that glassware was very rare in ancient times. Therefore, only a few ruling classes should own and use it. However, recent studies argue that ancient glassware is not difficult to produce and manufacture, but it is not easy to save the rare later found. Glass bottle is China's traditional beverage packaging containers, glass is also a very historic packaging materials. In the influx of many kinds of packaging materials, glass containers still occupy an important position in the beverage packaging, which is inseparable from the packaging characteristics that it has irreplaceable with other packaging materials.
According to the Glass Packaging Association, the energy saved by recycling a glass bottle can turn a 100-watt light bulb on for about four hours, allowing one computer to run for 30 minutes and watch a 20-minute television program, so recycling the glass is A big thing
Recycling of glass bottles saves energy, reduces the waste of landfills, provides more raw materials for other products, and of course, glass bottles. According to the National Chemistry Council's National Consumption Plastic Bottles report, about 2.5 billion pounds of plastic bottles were recycled in 2009, recovering only 28%.
During the Wei, Jin and Southern and Northern Dynasties, western glassware was imported into China in a large amount, and the technology of blown glass was also introduced into it. As the composition and technology have played a revolutionary change, this time larger glass containers, wall thinner, and transparent and smooth. Anhui Bo County Cao Cao's clan tomb also had unearthed glass convex lens; Beitou County, Hebei Beitu Futataji unearthed glass bottles; Xiangshan, Jiangsu Province, Nanjing, Shandong Jin Tomb also unearthed a lot of grinding glass. The most exciting is the glassware unearthed in the Sui, Lijing, Xi'an, Shaanxi Province, for a total of 8 pieces, including a flat bottle, a round bottle, a box, an egg-shaped device, a tube shape and a cup, all of which are intact.