WNY's Largest Supplier of Reclaimed and Surplus Building Material

REUSE Materials From Your Construction Project–
IMPROVE Your Bottom Line With Deconstruction & Salvage

The removal of construction materials from both commercial and residential buildings is called deconstruction or more simply salvage. Both terms describe the careful removal of quality materials with the explicit purpose of reuse. The use of reclaimed materials has become quite popular in commercial redevelopment. Examples of reclaimed materials used in new designs can be seen in WNY at Canalside, Five Points Bakery on the West Side; the new Thin Man Brewery in the Elmwood Village; and Aroma Cafe on North Forest in Amherst, to name just a few. Almost every new project is hoping to achieve a unique and … Read more

A ReUse Resolution . . .

In 2012, we resolve to keep more reusable materials out of the landfill, than ever before . . . You can help – call the ReUse Action TIP line, whenever you see building materials heading for the curb, OR if you know of a building project that will be tearing out the old, to make way for the new, OR you know of a pending demolition . . . WE WANT TO KNOW.  CALL 716-884-DEMO (3366) or EMAIL tip {at} reuseaction(.)com. If you think it’s urgent (and it often is), you can also TEXT A TIP directly to Michael at … Read more

Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Day October 22 in Buffalo

Sponsored by Erie County and the City of Buffalo at Honeywell Specialty Materials 20 Peabody Street, Buffalo NY (off Elk Street, near Smith Street exit off I-190) Saturday, October 22, 2011 9am to 2pm Items which can be brought to the site for free, proper disposal include: Pesticides, fertilizers, pool and household chemicals and cleaners – limit 2 gallons or 20 lbs. Oil-based paints, spray cans – limit 10 gallons Oil, gasoline, kerosene, antifreeze – limit 10 gallons Paint thinner, stripper and solvents – limit 2 gallons Batteries – lead acid and rechargeable Mercury – thermometers, thermostats, metal Propane tanks … Read more