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Newsletter 06-19-18

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    June 19, 2018     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>>
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    In this Edition… Denver | Chicago | Atlanta | Dallas | Philadelphia
    repurposedPROJECT:  "Using your ski barrier netting and your guardrail posts to build a human foosball game at our camp." - Marcus w/ Ponderosa Retreat and Conference Center

    Ski Netting.  
     Click for Pricing>>      Guardrail Timbers.  Click for Pricing>>

    VIDEO>>  
    Watch Video of Human Foosball>>
    repurposedBUYER:  We sold conveyor trimmings to be "repurposed" as a rock protection barrier on a skidsteer brush cutter.  Richard, we appreciate your business!

    Conveyor Trimmings.  BEFORE: These are trimmed off edges of new, unused conveyor belting when they're slitting a belt from, say, 36" down to 30" wide.  Order Online>>

    repurposedCUSTOMERS:  We often get asked..."Who Are Your Customers?"  The last time we had plastic food conveyor belt like this, Paramount Pictures purchased it all for use in the filming of one of the Transformers movies. 

    Plastic Conveyor Belt.  Mftg: Intralox  Material: Polypropylene  Qty: ~15 tons  Size: ~ 15' x 2' sections  L: Denver  Click for Sizes and Prices>>

      
    Online Auction.  -- Auction Ends this Thurs, June 21st --  L: Denver  Click Here to Bid>>
    repurposedREFFERAL"I was referred to you by a rep from Veolia.  This material is not obsolete, it is actually state of the art. It is simply excess material from our manufacturing stream that would otherwise be discarded as scrap. The material is by all means reusable, recyclable, etc." - Michael McKay

     
    How We Work.  BEFORE:  "We have a pallet of magnets that have a pressure sensitive adhesive on the back.  We used these magnets in kits we made for a large company.  This company provided the magnets to us and they sent us way too many.  The product is no longer on the market and the magnets have been in our shop for over 15 years.   Can you find a home for them?" - Dennis  

    Q: Like Dennis, do you have obsolete product you'd like out of your warehouse?  We have interest!  
    Email Us Details>>

    Adhesive-backed Magnets.  There are 30 cartons that contain 1,500 pieces that measure  1 5/8" x 1 3/8" x 1/16" thick.  Order Online>>

    Your Ideas for Magnets "Could a number of these be glued to a wood plank with wheels to be used to help pickup metal debris from lawns after a re-roofing project?" - Mike

    "If I had them I would sew them into dog and horse blankets to make therapy blankets. Magnets are good for what ails you!" - Julia

    " Depending on size, the dairy industry may be able to use to insert in the rumen of cattle to prevent 'hardware disease'." - Kathy


    "Just watched this Breaking Bad episode this weekend about magnets! www.youtube.com/watch?v=gzCXowhks80" - Andy