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[GreenYes] Re: C & D recycling facilities



Hi Jan-
Habitat for Humanity also operates a ReStore www.pdxrestore.org in
Portland, Oregon. You might also check with The Rebuilding Center
www.rebuildingcenter.org. I believe they may have partnered with the
city of Portland in the beginning for development of their
deconstruction service.

On Oct 16, 11:10 am, "Dolph, Jan" <Jan.Do...@no.address> wrote:
> On the issue of C&D, does anyone know of any cities that are operating a
> residential C&D program (similar to the Habitat's Re-Sale store)? So
> far, I'm only finding that cities have commercial C&D programs.
>
> Any information will be appreciated.
>
> Jan Dolph
> Program Coordinator
> Solid Waste Services Department
> City of Austin, Texas
> (512) 974-1929
>
> ________________________________
>
> From: GreenYes@no.address [mailto:GreenYes@no.address] On
> Behalf Of Christine.Mc...@no.address
> Sent: Friday, October 12, 2007 8:22 AM
> To: Wayne Turner
> Cc: GreenYes@no.address; Richard.B...@no.address
> Subject: [GreenYes] C & D recycling facilities
>
> On another, yet similar note, I need information to help a C&D transfer
> station expand their operations here in the City of Alexandria,
> Virginia. They want to double the amount of through-put and it's in an
> industrialized part of the City but there are still citizens concerned
> about truck traffic, air quality, etc. What can we say to let them know
> that given the industrialized nature of that section of the City, that
> it's a beneficial land use? Anyone have any talking points to help us
> out?
>
> Christine McCoy
> City of Alexandria
> 703/519-3486 ext. 312






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