Stained 

Treated wood isn’t really good for much, unless it is reusable

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Renee,


We recently completed a home remodel which included new baseboards and door trim. I have a lot of little pieces (translation: unusable for reuse) of stained & urethane-treated wood trim that I would like to recycle. Anyplace in the Indianapolis or Bloomington area that takes this type of material?

Mindy


Sorry, Mindy. Treated wood isn’t really good for much, unless it is reusable. It sounds like these pieces aren’t really cut out for a Habitat ReStore or an architectural salvage store. You could always get creative and make an upcycled picture frame or edging for your garden.

Piece out,

Renee

(NOTE: This article appeared in the Jan. 6, 2016 issue of NUVO.)

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Renee has spent the past several years surrounding herself with like-minded people who share her passion for caring for the planet. She began writing “Ask Renee” after four years of offering green tips through her e-newsletter Green Piece Indy. E-mail her your green living queries at rsweany@sbcglobal.net.

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