Goldman’s Sachs 10,000 small businesses
Rebecca Davies is a student in Philadelphia’s Cohort 19.
City of Philadelphia – Zero Waste Partnership
Remark Glass is Philadelphia’s first zero waste certified business, and we’ve earned silver status by diverting at least 70% of the material our business processes from becoming landfill waste. Besides collecting tons of recycled glass bottles- we practice lowering our consumption, reusing when possible, and of course- recycling!
Made at Bok
Made at Bok Markets are held seasonally in workshop to make shopping from Bok businesses easy.
Circle of Aunts and Uncles
Judy Wicks and a group of advisors have come together to invest in growing local, sustainable businesses like ours.
Metamorphosis by American Craft Week
Our studio is part of the revitalization of the former Bok technical high school in South Philadelphia. The building now houses over 150 small businesses. Learn more about upcoming events and open studios here.
Remark Glass was awarded an incubator grant from the Corzo Center in 2016. They supported this project when it was an idea- and have consulted so much along the way. If you’re in Philly and have questions about your business- check them out!
Sustainable Business Network
Remark Glass is a member of the Sustainable Business Network of Philadelphia. We share and learn sustainable practices from so local businesses here.
You can find us listed on the Resource Exchange “Resource Map” if you’re looking to donate a bottle collection.
You can find us listed on preferred vendors.
Collaborative showroom for Brian Giniewski, Bevy of Objects, and Remark Glass