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Here are some things I found on KSL.
100 free sheets of blue plastic
South jordan, UT 84095 - Mar 10, 2011
Approximately three hundred square feet of used commercial grade suspended ceiling panel.
Removed from my home, this is a vinyl coated gypsum board material, 2'x 4' panels white in color. White steel frame material included.
Salt lake city, UT 84115 - Mar 10, 2011
I have freshly cut pine tree in bundles sizes 2 to 5 inches around and 16 to 20 inches long 15 to 25 pound bundles bundled with bailing wire. wood is still very green. any questions call MATT at 801 750 1108 needs to be gone by 3/11/2011
more stickers than you will ever need
South Jordan, UT 84095 - Mar 9, 2011
9000 stickers. 2.5" x 1.5"
Email if interested!
Free Wood, come by any time and pick up as much wood as you want.Pick up close to 4700 S and 3200 W.Just five minutes from I-215
Free 4x8 sheet of drywall.
Large rock free if you have the means to transport it. We really have no use for it in our front yard and know someone would like it for a rock retent
Two free items - ready for pick upCall 801 819 9812 (not at night) if interested
Patio table. Actually a spool but it works great as a patio table
Here are just a few items, I found them in the classifieds section on ksl.com. It is crazy how much furniture people want to give away because they want to move out, and all the wood people are giving away. There are also tons of people selling fertilizer from their horses (and other farm animals) and tons of construction material available as well. It's really adorable what some people try to give away. By reading these ads I can really tell what people are about. They want to see things reused and not just thrown away.
These classifieds change quickly, so there is no guarantee we can get the things I have listed here, but I think these are some good examples of what we might use.
WOW!! Love the discussion starting up again online!! These are great resources, Julie! I'm going to try to repost these posts in the specific work groups that they are associated with, so people who want to work on these specific elements can collaborate more efficiently through the groups.
Thanks, again for the great ideas and let's continue collaborating online!