ITEMS BY LOCATION

Categories

Newsletter

Newsletter March 9, 2017

March 9, 2017     Please FORWARD to a friend or colleague.     SUBSCRIBE


re·pur·posed·MA·TE·RI·ALS (noun) - byproducts and waste that have value "as is" to a second, unrelated industry.  LEARN MORE ABOUT US>>
In this Edition Denver | Chicago | Atlanta | Dallas | Philadelphia
Billboard Vinyls.  We got a delivery of more advertising billboard vinyls.  Order Online>>

repurposedCUSTOMER:  "Great use for billboard signs, made a curtain for rear shop, got the rails and hangers on line at www.strip-curtains.com.Rick Lemcke in New York

Gym Floor.  L: Philadelphia, Chicago, Atlanta  Click for Pricing>>

repurposedCUSTOMER:  Arenas are not just a source of materials.  They are also customers.  The Sears Centre in Chicagoland just bought a bunch of our gym floor panels to install as wall decor.  Ben, we appreciate your order and your creativity.  Oh, and we can't wait to see pics!




 
Tire Treads.  Speaking of tire treads, several have emailed us this picture of tire treads being "repurposed" as shingles.

 
Pressure Vessels.  The two tanks are 60” dia x 190” long w/ a 2,200 gallon capacity.  They are designed for 137 psi. L: Atlanta  Email for Pricing>> 

Q:  Do you have obsolete/surplus/idle materials, inventory, or equipment that you'd like out of your warehouse?  If yes, Email Us Details>>

 
repurposedINBOX"I am putting on an Executive Summit on Sunday, October 1 and was interesting in having Damon be a speaker for a 30 minute presentation." - Devon w/ the Material Handling Institute  

NOTE:  Damon's 2017 calendar is filling up.  If you would like to have him present live or on a webinar, 
Contact Us Soon>>
repurposedINBOX"Damon, we're consolidated our warehouses.  We have a bunch of obsolete inventory.  I just a soon have you guys come get it rather than taking it to the landfill." - Greg

Q:  Are you consolidating, coming to an end of a lease, moving, etc?  Keep us in mind, we might be able to help with your materials and equipment you don't want anymore!
  Contact Us>>

repurposedPRODUCTS see all PRODUCTS>>
 
Locations:  (303-321-1471) DenverChicagoAtlantaDallasPhiladelphia
Tire Treads.  These are 30" x 186" long rubber treads.  L: Den  Click Here for Tread Pricing>>

Q: What would be some good "repurposes" for these big, heavy rubber treads with great knobby lugs?  Submit Ideas>>
"Arborists could use these to repair large trees with spit limbs/trunks. Perhaps would need them in an area devastated by bad weather (Ice & wind) for bulk usage." - Scott Creech

"Turf protectors for moving equipment over at landscaping & Construction sites." -David Wells

"Seems like the tire tread would make  a great instant pathway- almost looks like tiles- slipproof. I can see it as a walkway through a soggy garden with ferns and flowers." - Mikal

"These treads would offer great traction for our cattle on the scales or at the exit of our squeeze chutes where traction is always a problem." - Burt Allen

Steel Cable.  L: Chi, Den, Atl  Click Here for Steel Cable Sizes and Prices>>

repurposedBUYER: We sold several spools of steel cable to a wood treating facility.  They cut the steel cable into lengths and then use the cable as "spacers" between the wood so the chemicals completely permeate the wood on all four sides.  

*A,C,E - The steel cable has uniform thickness for the spacers, the steel holds up well to the chemicals used in treating the wood...the cable has all the Attributes,Characteristics, and Engineering (A.C.E.) required to make long lasting spacer.

before / AFTER.  BEFORE of some bowling alley lanes being removed.  AFTER:  "Check out our project with Bowling Alley Wood (the bar is bowling alley wood) at the Lulu & Po Restaurant in Brooklyn, NY" - Sanjive Vaidya     

Bowling Alley Wood.  L: Atl, Phi  Wood Pricing and Sizes>>




 
Parking Lot Fabric.  12' W x 60-100' L rolls.  L: Chi, Den, Atl  Click Here for Fabric Pricing>>

repurposedCUSTOMER: We sold several rolls of the parking lot fabric to an orchard owner.  He was going to roll it out as a weed barrier and to drive on.

Ski Netting.  This is safety netting from the FIS World Cup Ski circuit.  The orange rolls are 12' wide and pink rolls are 6' wide.  It has 3" squares.  This is awesome netting!!!  Click here for Net Pricing>>

repurposedPROJECT"This netting makes for great netting to make slow feeders for horses.  There are all kinds of advantages to covering hay with netting...they eat slower so they're not bored, it mimics the slow pace of natural grazing, less hay waste, etc." - Julie Eaton in New Mexico
repurposedPROPERTY
Demolition / Deconstruction Help?  Do you have a structure slated for demolition that you'd like to have as much debris kept out of the landfill as possible?  Would you like to reduce the cost of your upcoming demolition project by finding 2nd homes for as much of the material as possible?  If yes, we might be able to help!!  Please, Contact Us>>
 
repurposedWEBINAR  Q: Would you like to learn more about our mission/concept of "repurposing"?  Damon Carson, our founder, will be doing several live webinars coming up.  The webinar will last about 45 minutes.  

Feedback"Hi Damon!  First of all, I wanted to thank you for the wonderful webinar today! I thought it was very interesting, and it got my mind thinking about materials that could be good for reuse. Some of the solutions you’ve found are really ingenious!" Michel


Tuesday, April 19 @ 8:00pm MST, Registration Link>> http://gowoa.me/i/zJC1
Wednesday, April 27 @ 11:00am MST, Registration Link>> http://gowoa.me/i/8HF
waste/basedBUSINESS.   repurposedMATERIALS is actively seeking opportunities to acquire, partner, or joint venture with companies that have unique, durable niches within the waste-based...eg: re-use, re-manufacturing, re-blending, removal, etc...business marketplace.  Contact Us>>
 
 
  
* A.C.E.  This acronym stands for AttributesCharacteristicsEngineering.  We use this acronym to tell you a little about a used material and what qualities it has in hopes that someone can find a "repurpose" for it.  Asked another way...what did the material do in it's 1st life that might help identify a very different, 2nd life for it?