Acehnese children played Thursday near a house on which a boat landed in 2004 after it was swept away by a tsunami in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. The house and boat have been preserved as a monument. Associated Press
Three months after the tsunami, the UNDP started a $40.5 million recycling program that employed 400,000 temporary workers to pluck wood and stone from the rubble and use the materials to rebuild roads and houses as well as to make furniture. The recycled waste was used to reconstruct 62 miles of roads and manufacture 12,000 pieces of wooden furniture, Mangkusubroto said.
via Ten years on, where did all the tsunami debris go? – December 22, 2014.