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by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:26 AM
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by Concourse E (concourseE@gmail.com) last modified Feb 02, 2009



 

 

One of the biggest frustrations I had becoming a builder was the amount of waste that ended up in land fills. I was pretty much appalled to see the amount of lumber and sheetrock that got hauled away to the dump from the first house I built. So I made it my first priority before beginning these two projects to source out a debris recycler and thankfully found one. Crestco has been handling our debris ever since. They grind up all of the framing, cardboard, drywall, and masonry scraps to be used as mulch and soil amendments onsite. Best part is that it really isn't that much more expensive than hauling it to the dump. One major drawback...they can't recycle plastic which we unfortunate have a lot of.





 

 

 
 
 

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