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Advanced Community Enhancement, the building owner, partnered with Building Value (a local nonprofit building materials reuse center, deconstruction service and job training business of Easter Seals TriState), Rumpke Recycling, and the Uptown Consortium in the demolition of the 12,000-square-foot building in what was billed as an environmental event in that 90 percent of the building’s materials will be recycled.
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Avondale’s Pride Center building razed | The Cincinnati Herald | Established in 1955 | Cincinnati, Ohio
For many modern homeowners, sustainable living is an important part of how their homes are constructed. Real Log Homes are an excellent starting point for a sustainable home, since the wood used in our logs is a renewable and recyclable resource. 549 more words
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Bob Lacasse, owner of Flagler County Surplus & Salvage Building Materials in Bunnell, points out a 100-year-old door he recently acquired. Lacasse said more architects and builders are incorporating salvaged and surplus materials in their projects.
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All it takes to make one is a bit of faith, the willpower to disengage yourself from humanity’s torrid love affair with square footage, and in the case of this 70-square-foot nomadic living pod, about $2,000.
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It took 45 tons of recycled steel and wood to put this beast together. Overall, the elephant is about 39 feet high and 26 feet wide.
In my Silver Bullet journal of the build I placed the formula for the custom mixed paint I am considering for my doors and windows. These are two of my favorite colors and affords me the opportunity to recycle my leftover studio materials. 212 more words