I just stumbled upon what sounds like a great new local organization called The Sustainable Warehouse. This nonprofit’s mission is to keep usable items out of the landfill by organizing salvage sales here in Charleston. This is not only a great way to reduce garbage, but reduce the demand for new stuff. I mean, a huge part of this problem is our addiction to stuff – so reusing as much as possible can make a real impact.

The Sustainable Warehouse is in need of a permanant home. If you know of a warehouse facility that is available, please send them an email or call 843-532-9351. Also, if you have a project, call them to see if they can find what you need.

This is an inventive project…I can’t wait to see where it goes!



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