nanoIFP introduces a revolutionary method and plant for obtaining fine grain size fractions from waste glass and glass-like materials. With the consumption of glass steadily increasing globally, including bottles, windows, packaging, and photovoltaics, there is a growing need for sustainable solutions for glass waste. Existing solutions often use classical machinery and equipment, resulting in macro-sized products. However, nanoIFP's approach enables the co-destructive treatment of two types of waste - glass cullet and glass fiber - to obtain a powdered product with a defined commercial purpose. By combining waste glass cullet and glass fiber, nanoIFP equalizes the particle sizes and offers marketable products in various fraction sizes. These products find applications as aggregate in asphalt concrete, sandblasting and blasting, additives in construction products, lightweight foam glass production, and more. Additionally, the system separates the available silicon if PV panels are recycled, allowing for its reuse in production. nanoIFP's plant operates under vacuum conditions, ensuring a good working environment and efficient dust collection.