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Like the legendary Bennu bird of Egyptian myth,
BENNU GLASS BOTTLES
are BORN from FLAME.
Produced with precision in the world’s newest
OXY-FUELED FURNACE
in Kalama, Washington,
ALL OF OUR BOTTLES
ARE METICULOUSLY CRAFTED
to ensure the
HIGHEST POSSIBLE QUALITY.
The finest domestic wine deserves
to be presented in the
FINEST DOMESTIC GLASS BOTTLE.

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At Bennu Glass, the environment is our responsibility. Glass is 100% recyclable and friendly to the environment.

Bennu Glass utilizes a state-of-the-art, oxy-fuel furnace. This is proven technology used in glass container factories around the world. In addition, the design of the oxy-fuel furnace significantly reduces gas and particulate emissions that are typically produced in the manufacture of glass. Additionally, Bennu has invested a substantial amount of money on the best available pollution control equipment technology.

The planned furnace received a permit from the Southwest Clean Air Agency on May 9, 2011.

Pressroom

The Daily News Online – Bennu Glass Begins Production

“It was hotter inside the Bennu Glass factory than outside last week, but the workers here aren’t complaining. The Port of Kalama facility made its first production-quality wine bottles last Wednesday, ushering in a new era for a plant that seemed destined for mothballs three years ago. Now that it’s running, company officials are taking a little time to enjoy their success in opening the sixth wine bottle plant on the West Coast.”

The Daily News Online – Bennu Glass On Pace to Fire Up Kalama Plant This Summer

“Workers at the Bennu Glass plant have chiseled away tons hardened glass from the crippled melter of the wine bottle plant here, and a new furnace and 100 employees should be ready to restart the shuttered plant in July, company officials say. “After being in a holding pattern for two years, we now are working feverishly on a number of things,” said Bennu CEO Jerry Lemieux.”

The Daily News Online – New Owner Plans to Restart Kalama Glass Plant

“A shuttered wine bottle manufacturing plant will restart production at the Port of Kalama early next year, bringing back about 100 family wage jobs to the area, company officials said Monday. “We’ve got people to hire, people to train and equipment to turn on,” said Jerry Lemieux, CEO of Bennu Glass.”

The Daily News Online – Bennu Glass LLC Tight-lipped Since Purchasing Cameron Plant

“Bennu Glass LLC has kept a low profile since buying the former Cameron Family Glass plant for $64.8 million at a foreclosure auction last month. Bennu Glass LLC, which bought the former Cameron Glass plant out of bankruptcy for $64.8 million almost a year ago, plans to produce 100 million bottles a year after investing tens of millions of dollars more to replace most of the plant’s glass-making equipment, Jerry Lemieux, CEO of Bennu, said during a tour of the plant Monday.”

Contact

We’re happy to answer any questions by phone or email. Reach out at any time:

  • , 2310 N Hendrickson Drive Kalama, WA 98625
  • O 360-524-4970
  • @ info@bennuglass.com

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