Salvaging old and left over building material is essential to green deconstruction. CREDIT JUSTIN REGAN
“It just doesn’t seem necessary to have new material, these work just as well as something new. I guess it just helps eliminate waste,” says Farber. Coconino County officials say green deconstruction has been on the rise the last several years, even though it’s tough and expensive to do. It’s a burgeoning faction of the nearly three billion dollar a year green building industry.
Source: Green Deconstruction on the Rise in NOAZ | KNAU Arizona Public Radio