Written by Jordan Galloway, New York Daily News
July 23, 2014
The founders of Build It Green!NYC have banked on the idea that one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. The 10-year-old nonprofit salvages and collects building materials,... Read More
WNYC's The Leonard Lopate show recently interviewed David Benjamin about his MoMA PS1 exhibit, Hy-Fi. This project uses mushroom bricks, which will be composted by The NYC Compost Project at Build It Green!NYC this fall!
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The NYC Compost Project hosted by Build It Green!NYC seeks an enthusiastic individual with compost and outreach experience for a part-time Field Assistant. The NYC Compost Project is a program of DSNY’s Bureau of Waste Prevention, Reuse... Read More
Renovating? Donate, don't dump! That's exactly what hospitality group and hotel management firm Denihan decided to do when remodeling the trendy Affinia 50 hotel in midtown Manhattan.
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Tough enough to handle years of bowling ball abuse, this durable, 2.375" thick material is perfect for constructing tables, countertops, bars or shelving. The lanes have original polyurethane finish, which can be removed with sanding.... Read More