DEEP: Materials Reuse Network

CT Materials Reuse Network
Meetings, Notes and Related Materials
Facilitator:  Sherill Baldwin, DEEP, (860) 424-3440
The CT Materials Reuse Network (CT MRN) is a group of professionals interested in materials reuse and increasing deconstruction and building materials reuse activities in Connecticut. Deconstruction may increase reuse and recovery efforts of construction, renovation and demolition debris and surplus/salvaged goods in the State. All are welcome to attend the meetings. Contact Sherill Baldwin to be added to the MRN e-mail list.
For a list of local building material reuse centers, see our brochure .
Next Meeting 
Wed., Dec. 8, 2010 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. EST
DEEP Headquarters, 79 Elm Street, Hartford, Conference Room 4B
Guest speaker to talk about asbestos abatement!
Contact Sherill Baldwin at (860)424-3440 for call-in information.
2010 Meetings
 Notes and Related Materials (all pdfs)
9/15/10 Notes
6/9/10 Notes, CT Preservation Trust - Structural Elements, A Guide of Local Deconstruction Services (Draft) 
3/16/10 Notes
2/11/10 Notes, CT Material Trader handout
1/14/10 Notes, Presentation by Kristi Sullivan: Creating a Economic Development Marketing Strategy, A Guide To Local Building Materials Reuse Centers (Final)
2009 Meetings
Notes and Related Materials (all pdfs)
12/28/09    Notes (This was a special meeting re: hosting BRMA 2011)
12/15/09 Notes, DPH memo re: notification of demolition activityA Guide To Local Building Materials Reuse Centers (final draft) 


9/24/09 Notes
8/19/09 Notes, Materials Reuse Network/Deconstruction presentation
7/9/09 Notes
6/23/09 Notes
5/26/09 MRN member presentation at Solid Waste Advisory Committee (SWAC) meeting
5/19/09 No notes
5/7/09 Notes
4/30/09 Meeting postponed until 5/7/2009
March '09 No Meeting
2/20/09 Field trip to Sunrise Resort
1/22/09 Notes
12/18/08 Notes
11/12/08  Notes
Contact Chris Nelson or call him at (860) 424-3454 for information on the Solid Waste Advisory Committee.
Learn more about Construction and Demolition (PDF) in the Solid Waste Management Plan.
Content last updated on January 19, 2011