Or so says David Pelt a developer who has just built a new kind of recyling place, along the Gowanus Canal in Brooklyn. Based on the video it seems like a great place to recycle your bottled up emotions as well as your glass bottles.
It is basically a big 20 foot by 30 foot steel box, sheathed with bullet-proof glass, that allows people to stand at one end and throw empty glass bottles, collected from neighborhood bars, at people standing outside the other end of the box. Then all of the glass shards are recycled.
This is one of many projects by MACRO | SEA, that range from found object skate parks and dumpster swimming pools to Prada retail stores and a Denver runway project (as in commercial airplanes not fashion models).
The real opening is scheduled for next week, May 20th, but the great video shows the soft opening night recently. And another link to a NY Times article that talks about some other projects by David Pelt and how you can get involved in Glassphemy! yourself.