Help us divert reusable materials from the landfills
Help us spread the word about our mission in the region.
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You can find materials for your next house project at a fraction of the cost of big box retailers. Just stop by, or contact us to check what's available.Buy in store or online
AND GET A TAX DEDUCTION
Since we are a 501(c)3 nonprofit, you can donate building materials to us and get a tax deduction.Up To an amount of: $5,000
AND GET A TAX DEDUCTION
Help us salvage reusable materials from the landfills and benefit from significant tax incentives.Total materials reclaimed
We are HERE
We are conveniently located near the intersection of Quaker Bridge Rd and Village Rd West. Stop by, or call for appointment.
Of Reusable Materials free
We do offer free pick up within our immediate area. We only pick up good reusable materials. Please no furniture. For more details visit ourmaterials section here
TO EVALUATE YOUR PROJECT
We can help you analyze and determine if deconstruction is the right way to go in your specific situation.Let us review click here
600 million tons of C&D debris were generated in the United States in 2018, which is more than twice the amount of generated municipal solid waste. Demolition represents more than 90 percent of total C&D debris generation, while construction represents less than 10 percent.
EPA estimated that 136 million tons of building-related C&D materials were generated in the United States in 1996. By 2003, almost 170 million tons of building-related C&D materials were generated. In 2003, nonresidential sources accounted for 61 percent of that amount.
Reduce overall building project expenses through avoided purchase/disposal costs, and the donation of recovered materials to qualified 501(c)(3) charities, which provides a tax benefit. Onsite reuse also reduces transportation costs. Lead to fewer disposal facilities, potentially reducing the associated environmental issues.
We are currently working on organizing our new facility and getting it ready to open to the public. In the meantime, we are accepting material donations and purchases by appointment only. Please call or email for appointment.
We are proud to announce that the Besler Company has donated their office furniture to Princeton Reuse. We would like to extend a warm thank you to them as their donation gives us a much needed boost while setting up and getting ready to open our doors.
If you see our trucks on the road, you can now wave them off, not only to say hi, but to donate reusable materials. We are on the road every day, just wave as you spot us, or call for a pick up appointment.
Typically over 90% of a building can be salvaged for reuse.
Diverts good reusable materials that would otherwise go to landfills.
Deconstruction creates new jobs and stimulates local economies.
Provides low-cost building materials to local communities.
Reduced by recycling buildings and lowering demand of new construction materials.
Significant incentives available to stimulate deconstruction and material reuse.