This Start-Up Is Reclaiming Wood, Lives, And Communities In Baltimore
On: April 27, 2021 | By:
According to the US Forest Service, wood accounts for over 10% of the US’s annual waste material. More tree and wood residue are produced from urban areas than harvested from the national forest in some years. This waste ends up being expensive for businesses that have to pay for its collection and disposal.
To remedy this, the Baltimore Wood Project is working with partners, including the US Forest Service, to salvage, rethink and reuse as much wood as possible in the city of Baltimore. This initiative will reduce landfill waste, reviving neglected land, engage local communities, and create several jobs.
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