EcoBuilding Bargains Featured in Waste360
Here at EcoBuilding Bargains, we pride ourselves on being a part of the Springfield Community. Ecobuilding Bargains was recently mentioned in Waste360 for the work we did to reduce waste after a local school closed down. Read on to learn more.
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Have you ever wondered what happens to furniture and building materials when a school permanently closes? After a tornado damaged the Elias Brookings school in Springfield, the city sold the building to an affordable housing nonprofit called Home City Development, Inc (HDCI), who planned to turn the building into apartments. Instead of disposing of all of the leftover furniture and materials, HDCI worked with EcoBuilding Bargains to find reuse partners for as much of the leftover materials as possible. Check out the article for more information about this impactful project.
”CET took some materials for its store, EcoBuilding Bargains, and connected Serafino to other nearby reuse outlets, like Westfield Habitat for Humanity ReStore. CET helped the developer find other players to assist with logistics to properly manage and move some of what remained.”
“Inventory in Abandoned School Becomes Others’ Treasures” by Arlene Karidis for Waste360
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