Re-Use Hawaii Reimagines Refuse into Reuse
Concrete’s Current Carbon Footprint
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Shipping containers revolutionized international trade in the mid 20th century. In today’s modern world, shipping containers have evolved once again, yet this time it’s the with the oldies but goodies. Used and retired containers that is, are now part of the architectural salvage movement morphing into ingenious repurposed dwelling creations. And with sensitivity to the carbon footprint from human consumption, reinventing, reusing, and reclaiming used shipping containers has transformed their demise from a very slow rusty withering abandonment.
Climate Change, Sustainability, Salvage & Ecological Protection
We're always so excited when large companies make major pushes to steer away from the broken linear economy toward the circular economy.We all know the phrase "Recycle,...
Architectural Salvage Finds New Clients Through Auctions
At home, we are in control of most of our carbon footprint choices, but what happens when we go on vacation? How does one embrace a holistic approach to living while traveling?
Discerning the type of salvage shopping that best serves a project involves quite a bit of investigation. It’s easy to go down a rabbit hole of research for architectural salvage, antiques, vintage, and the like, when the lines between categories are blurred.