Repurposing unwanted materials into art isn’t a new concept for Paige Cox; she’s been doing since her childhood
The organization will rely on excess from industrial businesses in the area rather than personal donations. Think fabric swatches, leftovers from furniture making, select medical supplies, manufacturing test pieces, or fake flowers bought for one-time use at High Point’s furniture market, Cox said. Items that companies often pay someone to take away, or that raise the city’s cost of transporting its solid waste, would find a new home at Reconsidered Goods.
Source: Nonprofit would divert waste stream to artists, locals | Triad City Beat