Thursday, January 28, 2010

Garbage City

This is an amazing story about a civilization that has been conducting their own reuse for years and years, yet as their city begins to move toward modernization, many peoples' livelihoods will be threatened.

Read some related posts:
Please Support the Full Life-Cycle of Materials

California Leads Nation in Recycling at 58% Waste Diversion

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Great Examples of Home Recycling

I just added more photos on our website from 2 home deconstruction projects here in the Los Angeles area. So much to be proud of from our amazing deconstruction contractors and the generous homeowners to our partners at Habitat for Humanity and Corazon for putting all these materials to great use in the community. And, as usual, Buji the Decon Dog was there to supervise for quality assurance.



Read more posts on homes that went the way of deconstruction:
Recycled Rolling Hills Home will Help Nearly Six Affordable Homes

Two Homes Being Recycled in the Bay Area

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Go Green Expo Los Angeles

Go Green Expo is coming to L.A. this month. For details on exhibiting and attending, check out their website.

Everyone interested in learning about environmentally friendly goods & services for use in modern everyday living should attend this event. Learn how green alternatives can positively change the way you impact the environment. Each of our small changes make a big impact.

Here's the pricing:
  • Business to Business Buyers Only for Friday (B2B Day) - Free
  • Adults - Weekend pass for Saturday & Sunday - $10
  • Children under the age of 12 - Free
  • Senior citizens (65+) - $5
  • Students: Please bring Valid Student ID for $5 admission
  • Military families: $5 per person (Valid military ID required)
Related posts:

Stop By Our Booth at Go Green Expo L.A. This Weekend


California's Universities LEEDing the Way in Green Building: Event Hosted by UC Santa Barbara Marks 8th Annual UC/CSU/CCC Sustainability Conference

Deconstruction And Buildingmaterials Reuse Network Inc