Sunday, June 28, 2009

Building Reuse Warehouse is Ready for Your Stuff

posted by Free Press Houston @ 11:33 AM


For years, other major metropolitan cities have offered warehouse space for building materials to be stored so they can be diverted from landfills and be used by non-profit building organizations. Well, better late than never because as of last Tuedsay, City of Houston will now take reusable building materials from anyone in order to divert material from landfills. Over 20 tons have been diverted already. The goal for this year is 150 tons. The building materials go to non-profit building organizations. After a few small kinks get worked out, donations will be tax deductible.
Plywood, lumber, glass, windows, doors, plumbing parts, electrical parts, shingles, bags of dry redimix concrete, nails, screws, cabinets, all that stuff . . . as long as it can be reused, bring it on in.

Location: 9003 N. Main at Whitney (The end of Main Street just North of Crosstimbers Drive in Independence Heights).

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