Category: Farm & Ranch Repurposing

Recycling is Eco-Friendly

WHEN THE PIONEERS WERE HEADING across the plains, nothing ever went to waste. Women knitted wool scraps into mittens and dolls’ clothing, and boiled ashes and animal fat into soap. Anything on the trail that could be burned was used for heating. Back then, recycling and repurposing was a necessity. Today, the use of recycled [...]

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Transforming Waste to Usable Products

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Repurposed Corner: Street Sweeper Brooms

Dairy basics – Cow Comfort buy cigarettes online Written by Damon Carson Here is a second innovative idea from Damon Carson on reusing what some may consider to be “junk” materials. Look for future articles, and be sure to submit your own repurpose ideas to emily@progressivedairy.com. Also see Repurposed corner: Recycled billboard tarps. The byproduct [...]

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Repurposing Even Better Than Recycling

Billboards as tarps? Used conveyor belt beds as stall and trailer mats? You better believe it! Repurposed Materials, Inc, a company in the Denver, Colorado area is taking “going green” to a whole new level for the horse industry! Company founder, Damon Carson, believes his company’s tagline: “Repurposing and Re-using Waste and Byproducts of Industry” [...]

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Recycling Company Offers Wares to Agriculture

Repurposed mate Text Ex Back Pdf rials gives industrial materials a second life as agricultural products. Compiled by staff Repurposed materials is the only company in America whose entire product line is made of “repurposed” items. Here are some examples of “re-purposed” products that may be of interest to agriculture: Advertising billboards re-purposed as tarps [...]

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Denver Company Rescues and Resells Usable Industrial Byproducts

By Claire Martin android sms spy Where others see garbage, Damon Carson sees possibility. At Repurposed Materials, his warehouse and yard north of Park Hill, customers can find stacks of folded billboard vinyl, pressure-treated 2-by-6 lumber, 55-gallon barrels, swaths of conveyor belting and tire tread, slabs of snowplow rubber and used brushes from street sweepers. [...]

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Repurposed Materials for Livestock

The Repurposed Materials company has taken industrial products that often end up in the landfill and has found creative, lower-cost uses for them in the livestock and agriculture industry. how to get your ex back Repurposed Materials is the only company in America whose entire product line is made of “repurposed” items, and says it [...]

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Repurposed Corner: Recycled Billboard Tarps

Written by Damon Carson The following article was submitted to Progressive Forage Grower from Damon Carson, who offers innovative ideas on reusing what some may consider to be “junk” materials. Look for future articles from this author, and be sure to submit your own repurpose ideas to editor@progressiveforage.com. The byproduct of industry: You drive by [...]

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Firm Pitches 'Greener' Haystack Covers

If you’re looking for a cheap, effective and environmentally friendly way to cover your haystacks, entrepreneur Damon Carson, Denver, CO, has come up with a product that may be of interest. He’s designed tarps made of recycled vinyl from advertising billboards. Carson launched Repurposed Materials, Inc. to market the recycled vinyl about a year ago. [...]

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Billboard Vinyls Repurposed as Tarp Material

Recycled advertising billboard vinyls are being repurposed as tarp material by Repurposed Materials Inc. for farmers and ranchers who want to cover grass or alfalfa, make windscreens, or use them as floor covering in the barn. In addition to being a “green” tarp alternative, they are cheap and effective. These waterproof vinyls are superheavy-duty (20 [...]

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