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Newsletter 07-24-18


    July 24, 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>>   
    In this Edition… Denver | Chicago | Atlanta | Dallas | Philadelphia
    repurposedINBOX: "I need turf for making a dock dog platform." - Rob

    TurfNote: Our current turf has no rubber infill so it is lighter and easier to handle.  L: Chicago, Denver, Dallas  Click for Sizes and Prices>>

    repurposedINBOX: "The Kansas City airport authority must not know you guys 'repurpose' carpet tiles.  You should give them a call.  I took this picture looking out the window at Gate 63 when I was waiting for my flight yesterday.  Sad to see these carpet tiles landfilled." - Tracy

    Q: Do know of remodel projects where carpet tiles are going to be removed? If "yes", we have "repurpose" markets for some types of carpet tiles.  Email Us for Details>>

    Before"We have 4 Bruno Die presses in our facility. We change 1-2 of our urethane based belts per a month (wear and tear). I would not call them obsolete, I would call them used.  Over time we have accumulated a large quantity." Lisa

    Possibility"Could I get a sample of the urethane conveyor belt to test and see if we can use it as golf mats." - Jay

    Urethane Conveyor Belting  Descriptiontop side is Urethane; bottom side is cloth fabric  Size: 1/4" x 87" x 40' Qty: 50+ rolls  L: Chicago  Click for Pricing>>

    Our Customers: We sold 300 guardrail posts to a big electrical contractor to use as dunnage for storing a bunch of concrete light poles for a large upcoming job.  Brad, we appreciate your business!

    Guardrail Timbers.  L: Dallas, Denver  
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    BEFORE"Damon, I have some left over materials in my yard I would like to get rid of in Queens, NY. I've got a bunch of concrete panels we use as temporary covers when we cut open roadways to do underground work. We put the concrete panels over the trenches so highway traffic can run on the roadway when we're not working." - Joseph in New York City STATUSJoseph accept our offer and now the curbing is for sale.

    QLike Joseph, do you have obsolete materials or inventory that would be a candidate for "repurposing"?

    Concrete Highway Panels. Super strong concrete panels with steel end caps on all four sides to protect the concrete. Qty: 19 Dims: 7" x 5' x 10' panels. L: Philadelphia  Email for Pricing

    readerIDEA"Make silage pit bunkers out of the concrete panels for fermenting the chopped corn to feed to the dairy cattle." - Jesse MacDonald in Wisconsin

    repurposedINBOX: "I work for the Hazardous Waste Section of the U.S. Marines at Camp Pendleton, California. I have seen your website and find it interesting. Currently do you do any business with Government entities? Also, where and what kind of materials do you deal with them?" - Nancy

    RENancy, 1) Yes, we help a number of federal, state, and local governments keep stuff our of the landfills! 2) We deal with all types of durable goods and chemistry/products that are obsolete to the primary industry that we think can be "repurposed" into a second, unrelated industry.

    Q: Can we help your organization with obsolete powders or liquids...chemistry, ingredients, product, etc.?  If yes, send us details about what you have. Email Us>>