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Portland's ReBuilding Center - Lamp Lane
Portland

Founded by volunteers in 1998, The ReBuilding Center is the nation’s largest non-profit reuse center for salvaged construction and remodeling materials. Three hundred visitors come to The ReBuilding Center every day to browse the ever-changing inventory that includes sinks, tubs, tile, lumber, doors, windows, trim and much, much more.  Visit them here

Copyright: Michael medina
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送信日: 18/10/2008
更新日: 07/04/2012
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Tags: rebuilding center; recycling; reuse; building materials; environmental; lamp
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