I have a few glass candle jars that I'm thinking about cleaning and recycling. But I've read that candle jars might be made from different kinds of glass, and some glass should not be recycled.
Your main concern when recycling glass candle jars is the type of glass used. Candle jars are safe for curbside recycling if they’re made from standard container (soda-lime) glass. However, other types of glass, such as borosilicate, may be used for these jars to help withstand the heat of the burning candle, in which case there could be a problem. This is because mixing different kinds of glass in a recycling batch is a recipe for disaster. Unfortunately, the different melting points of the different glass types can lead to low-quality recycled glass and even broken machinery. 
The labels stuck to the glass don't identify the kind of glass, and the company that made them has gone out of business so I can't email them to ask what they used.
Is there some way to identify whether a given piece of glass is soda-lime or borosilicate, and therefore know whether it's safe to return to the glass recycling centre?