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5 days ago

Waste Less Works

Today we ventured to the Warm Springs State mental hospital to start a organization and cleaning job. The state properly ensured safety by having us sign in, check our temperatures, and fill out a health questionaire, despite working 1000 feet from anyone. As the magnetic locks closed behind me, I thought that perhaps we had been tricked into a re-education program...this fanatical recycling hoarder might need a vacation but not a staycation in Warm Springs! At least not until we can dismantle and salvage a 100 year old barn.

First though, we must crush about 10,000 or more florescent light bulbs in a bulb eater, and move about 3 ton of old medical files from the 120 year old building. With literally 4 inches of pigeon poop on the second story floor this place oozes history. . I hear its a great time of year to add fertilizer to your garden. Waste Less Works may start a side business selling bags of pigeon guano. That is the ultimate fanatical cutting edge recycling business, right there!

#salvage #bulbeater #deconstruction #fertilizer
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2 weeks ago

Waste Less Works

Clean Shapes.
@lab.industries
#deconstruction
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2 weeks ago

Waste Less Works

Waste Less Works is dismantling a storage unit building. This deconstruction project is yielding a great quantity of lumber 2x4, 1/2" OSB sheathing, trusses and metal. You could build a few garages or one nice big storage building.

Trusses are 26 ft 9 inches total width including the overhang. Basically a 24 ft truss with overhangs. These items will be at our storage yard at 2604 Industry Street. Open M-F, 9-5pm. Feel free to stop by.
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3 weeks ago

Waste Less Works

Mini storage warehouse units might be the bane of my existence. It pangs me to see land desecrated to be used for the sole purpose to store people's excess stuff. Granted, they are handy, and probably lucrative, but they seem to be everywhere. Did you know that mini storage units didn't exist until the late 1960s?

Thanks to Continuum Building Group I'm getting to take some down so thst some sweet townhouses can go up.

SPEAKING OF STORAGE. Have you seen the Waste Less Works storage yard. It is full of awesome reclaimed building materials!
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