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Newsletter 12-11-18

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    Dec 11, 2018     Please FORWARD to a 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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    Last Week:  "Hi Damon - Send me a brief email about what you guys do, who you are etc - we have a close community in New York City of producers and production managers.  I’d be glad to post a note with all your contact info to the group about your ability to take materials from set tear downs.  We also have a Location Manager forum I could have a friend post on that, too." - Joe

    This Week"We bought $10,000 worth of this big drainage pipe to use as backdrop for filming of an upcoming Bravo TV series.  The only alteration is the outside has been painted brown with an acrylic paint.  It will come off easy with a pressure washer. Paint chips off with ones finger nail.  We're now done with the pipes.  Can you 'repurpose' them?" - Robert

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    : Like Joe, do you have a trade association, colleagues, etc. that may have leftover products and materials that could be "repurposed"?  We, of course, appreciate referrals!


    HDPE Drainage PipeSize: 30" diameter  L: Atlanta  Press Here for Pipe Details>>
    BEFORE "I have sport court flooring tiles.  Was hoping it could be 'repurposed' versus going in a landfill.  the floor was acquired by our non-profit from a private school that decided to go with a wood floor. They thought they had 9,000 sq ft of product but it was only 6,000-6,500.  We were going to order additional product to do our 8,200 sq ft gym, but the product is no longer made in the same tile thickness." - Neal

    Sports Court Tiles.  Size: 12" x 12" Colors: combo of Gray, Blue, Black  L: Atlanta  Press Here for Sports Tiles>>
    PROBLEMDo you have a timber/wood decked bridge, semi trailer, etc. that wears prematurely? 

    SOLUTION: Conveyor Belt Trimmings. The rubber strips become the wear part instead of the bridge timbers being chewed up. 


    Conveyor Belt Trimmings. Trimmings are 2"-8" wide strips of conveyor belting!  Press Here for Pricing>>

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