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Keep that Used Hardwood Flooring Out of the Landfill [Infographic]

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Apr 05, 2014 01:03 AM
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by Glenn Meyers last modified Apr 04, 2014

I live in an older neighborhood – my own house is over 100 years old – so we often see signs of renovation projects. The most common sign that a neighbor is making updates to his/her home: a dumpster in front of the house. That’s a shame, really&hellip The post Keep that Used Hardwood Flooring Out of the Landfill [Infographic] appeared first on Green Building Elements .




 

 

I love to hear stories about old materials being recycled or reused in new and different ways. Thanks to Jeff at Sustainablog for this infographic.

Keep that Used Hardwood Flooring Out of the Landfill [Infographic] (via sustainablog)

I live in an older neighborhood – my own house is over 100 years old – so we often see signs of renovation projects. The most common sign that a neighbor is making updates to his/her home: a dumpster in front of the house. That’s a shame, really…



The post Keep that Used Hardwood Flooring Out of the Landfill [Infographic] appeared first on Green Building Elements.


 

 

 
 
 

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