Concrete from old buildings now less likely to head for landfill

07/28/2004 | Oregonian (Portland), The

A new Lowe's store in Oregon is being built with concrete recycled from an old furniture outlet, an example of the growing popularity of onsite recycling. Although no Oregon locality mandates recycling, waste experts say the savings incentives mean most demolition and construction projects opt to use it anyway.

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