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Reuse Networks in the Northeast

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Northeast Recycling Council, Inc.

Updated March 2016

 

As you know, looking for reuse opportunities is a great strategy to avoid climate change impacts, save money, and avoid the creation of solid waste. We are fortunate that there are several reuse networks in the Northeast that offer such opportunities. NERC has developed this list as an informational service to make it easy to identify and access these networks. We hope that you'll take advantage of them.

A Note on What is NOT Listed

  • Residential swap shops at recycling centers and transfer stations, and community-based online swap shops are not included. Examples of online community reuse opportunities are Craigslist and Freecycle. And, more recently apps such as Let it Go have added to the reuse toolbox.
  • Food Banks are also not included.  Look online for your community or region to identify a Food Bank that services your area.
  • Store fronts, such as Salvation Army or Goodwill Industries, and textile drop-off box companies are not listed.

Disclaimer
This web page reflects the reuse networks currently operating in the eleven Northeast states (Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Vermont) to the best of NERC's knowledge. It is intended solely as an informational resource. No endorsement of any of the organizations or programs is intended or expressed by its inclusion on this list. NERC is not responsible for failed URLs, changed information, or any transactions or other information or performance by any of the exchanges, networks, or organizations.

 How to Access the Resources on this Page

1.  There are four sections:

2.  The web-based organizations appear first.  They are organized according to the type of materials they manage.  Use the key below as a guide.

3. The organizations that have a physical location are organized by the state in which they are located. Click on the state name in the list below to move directly to a particular state.

 4. If you are looking for a specific organization, use CTRL F on your keyboard and then type in the name or a part of it.

WEB-BASED ONLY

Organized in the following order:

KEY

Art & Craft Supplies Art & Craft Supplies
Biomass Biomass
Computers & Electronics Computers & Electronics
Furniture Furniture
Industrial Supplies Industrial Supplies, Raw Materials, Chemicals & Equipment
Medical Supplies Medical Supplies
Building Materials Wood, Building Materials & Construction Debris
Everything Handles a Wide Range of Materials or Everything
NERC makes no warranties or representations about the organizations included in this list and solely intends to provide an informational service.

 

Always check the organizations listed under “Everything” Handles a Wide Range of Materials or Everything, in addition to the material specific listings.

 Art & Craft Supplies Art & Craft Supplies

Film Biz Recycling offers a "where to donate link" for sets and props.

NYC WasteMatch (online) is a New York City-based Materials Exchange with a free online service that matches generators of valuable commercial waste and surplus goods with organizations that can reuse them.  

Public Education Needs Civic Involvement in Learning (PENCIL)  Any company or individual with gently used furniture, equipment or other quality goods to donate can list these items on the PENCIL Box website where a deserving school can access these donations directly. Books, musical instruments, computers, furniture, science equipment, and art supplies are among the resources frequently in demand. PENCIL is based out of New York City.

Recycler's World (online)                                                                          

Biomass  Biomass

Pennsylvania Biomass Trader is anonline exchange for biomass –including manure, compost, leaf and yard waste, and clean wood waste.

Computers & Electronics Computers & Electronics

Delaware Surplus Property ProgramState agencies, school districts, and volunteer fire companies are eligible to receive state property during a two week period prior to advertisement to the public.

Maine Materials Exchange (M2X) (online)

New York State Surplus The New York State Office of General Services administers and is responsible for the property disposition for all agencies statewide of all appropriate surplus personal property that is no longer deemed useful by the state. Property that is declared surplus is first offered to other state agencies and then local municipalities for their reuse before being sold to the public on eBay or at a public auction. For more information, select from the options below:

For Municipalities

    - To become eligible for and acquire state surplus property

Per Scholas provides very low cost, fully reconditioned, and upgraded comPer Scholas Logoputer systems, with a Pentium II processor, donated by major corporations for technology-deprived children and families.

Public Education Needs Civic Involvement in Learning (PENCIL)  Any company or individual with gently used furniture, equipment or other quality goods to donate can list these items on the PENCIL Box website where a deserving school can access these donations directly. Books, musical instruments, computers, furniture, science equipment, and art supplies are among the resources frequently in demand. PENCIL is based out of New York City.

FurnitureFurniture 

Delaware Surplus Property Program  State agencies, school districts, and volunteer fire companies are eligible to receive state property during a two week period prior to advertisement to the public.

Furinture Banks Across America provides a listing of Furniture Banks around the United States. Furniture Banks are listed in Connecticut, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island.

Maine Materials Exchange (M2X) (online)

Massachusetts Surplus Property Program Surplus property includes, but is not limited to, office equipment and furniture, clothing, vehicles, and building materials that exceed departmental need. Priority begins with state agencies and municipalities, but materials after time may be available to the public.

New York State Surplus The New York State Office of General Services administers and is responsible for the property disposition for all agencies statewide of all appropriate surplus personal property that is no longer deemed useful by the state. Property that is declared surplus is first offered to other state agencies and then local municipalities for their reuse before being sold to the public on eBay or at a public auction. For more information, select from the options below:

Public Education Needs Civic Involvement in Learning (PENCIL) Any company or individual with gently used furniture, equipment or other quality goods to donate can list these items on the PENCIL Box website where a deserving school can access these donations directly. Books, musical instruments, computers, furniture, science equipment, and art supplies are among the resources frequently in demand. PENCIL is based out of New York City.  

Industrial Supplies, Raw Materials, Chemicals & Equipment Industrial Supplies

New York State Surplus The New York State Office of General Services administers and is responsible for the property disposition for all agencies statewide of all appropriate surplus personal property that is no longer deemed useful by the state. Property that is declared surplus is first offered to other state agencies and then local municipalities for their reuse before being sold to the public on eBay or at a public auction. For more information, select from the options below:

NYC WasteMatch (online)  is a New York City-based Materials Exchange with a free online service that matches generators of valuable commercial waste and surplus goods with organizations that can reuse them.

Pennsylvania Material Trader is a free online service designed to help businesses find markets for materials they have traditionally discarded. Material Trader helps businesses, industries, and institutions save resources and money.

Recycler's World (online)

Western/Central New York Materials Exchange (MAT-EX) is a unique opportunity for businesses to exchange unwanted/unusable products that would otherwise be discarded, and/or locate free/inexpensive materials that can be used in daily business operations. The Western/Central New York Materials Exchange involves businesses in seventeen counties of Western/Central New York (Genesee, Livingston, Wyoming, Allegany, Steuben, Chautauqua, Monroe, Seneca, Tompkins, Cattaraugus, Broome, Cayuga, and Tioga), and the Western Finger Lakes (Wayne and Yates Counties) and Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Management Authorities.

Medical Supplies  Medical Supplies

Afya Foundation  partners with a network of donor hospitals, health organizations, corporations, and individual households for the collection of medical supplies. This medical supply system is tailored to the needs of its donation institutions—foreign health care centers and communities in need.

American Medical Resources Foundation (AMRF) donates used, but functional medical equipment to hospitals serving the poor worldwide.

AmeriCares  is a non-profit disaster relief and humanitarian aid organization, which provides immediate response to emergency medical needs and supports long-term healthcare programs for people around the world, irrespective of race, creed, or political persuasion. AmeriCares solicits donations of medicines, medical supplies and other relief materials from U.S. and international manufacturers, and delivers them quickly and efficiently to indigenous healthcare and welfare professionals in 137 countries around the world.

getATstuff  is the website for the Assistive Technology Exchange in New England and New CFSYork, whose mission is to put AT equipment that is not currently being used into the hands of someone who can benefit from it. The exchange is a free "classified ad" designed to help people buy, sell, or give away equipment.

Global Crisis Interventions  is an emergency and Disaster Relief Organization supporting Global logocharitable activities worldwide. GCI provides to the needy on daily basis. We focus our response on assisting victims of disaster, rebuilding disaster struck Medical Centers and Clinics in remote areas/developing countries affected by any kind of disaster worldwide. Our goal is to reduce children mortality rate, health promotion, disease prevention through health education, training, disaster relief and mitigation. By giving away your Surplus Medical Supplies & Equipment, and individual cash, GCI will continue to provide assistance to the victims in countries hit by disaster. There is a focus on New York City.

Global Links is a Pittsburgh-based medical relief and development organization dedicated to promoting environmental stewardship and improving health in resource-poor communities, primarily in Latin America and the Caribbean. Our two-fold mission provides hospitals in our region with a socially and environmentally beneficial alternative to sending hundreds of tons of still-useful surplus materials to landfills.

InterVol is a Rochester, NY community based non-profit organization dedicated to recovery and redistribution of medical supplies and equipment; to bridging local hospitals and medical professionals with other countries and care-giving organizations in areas of need; and to providing international educational support.

New York State Surplus  The New York State Office of General Services administers and is responsible for the property disposition for all agencies statewide of all appropriate surplus personal property that is no longer deemed useful by the state. Property that is declared surplus is first offered to other state agencies and then local municipalities for their reuse before being sold to the public on eBay or at a public auction. For more information, select from the options below:

Western/Central New York Materials Exchange (MAT-EX) is a unique opportunity for businesses to exchange unwanted/unusable products that would otherwise be discarded, and/or locate free/inexpensive materials that can be used in daily business operations. The Western/Central New York Materials Exchange involves businesses in seventeen counties of Western/Central New York (Genesee, Livingston, Wyoming, Allegany, Steuben, Chautauqua, Monroe, Seneca, Tompkins, Cattaraugus, Broome, Cayuga, and Tioga), and the Western Finger Lakes (Wayne and Yates Counties) and Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Management Authorities.

Wood, Building Materials & Construction Debris  Building Materials

State of Delaware Surplus Property Program  State agencies, school districts, and volunteer fire companies are eligible to receive state property during a two week period prior to advertisement to the public.

Maine Materials Exchange (M2X) (online)

Massachusetts Surplus Property Program Surplus property includes, but is not limited to, office equipment and furniture, clothing, vehicles, and building materials that exceed departmental need. Priority begins with state agencies and municipalities, but materials after time may be available to the public.

New York State Surplus The New York State Office of General Services administers and is responsible for the property disposition for all agencies statewide of all appropriate surplus personal property that is no longer deemed useful by the state. Property that is declared surplus is first offered to other state agencies and then local municipalities for their reuse before being sold to the public on eBay or at a public auction. For more information, select from the options below:

NYC WasteMatch (online) is a New York City-based Materials Exchange with a free online service that matches generators of valuable commercial waste and surplus goods with organizations that can reuse them.

Pennsylvania Material Trader is a free online service designed to help businesses find markets for materials they have traditionally discarded. Material Trader helps businesses, industries, and institutions save resources and money.

Recycler's World (online)

Used Building Materials Exchange (UBM) Index is a free online worldwide exchange for those companies and individuals who buy, sell, or trade used building materials.

Western/Central New York Materials Exchange
MAT-EX is a unique opportunity for businesses to exchange unwanted/unusable products that would otherwise be discarded, and/or locate free/inexpensive materials that can be used in daily business operations. The Western/Central New York Materials Exchange involves businesses in seventeen counties of Western/Central New York (Genesee, Livingston, Wyoming, Allegany, Steuben, Chautauqua, Monroe, Seneca, Tompkins, Cattaraugus, Broome, Cayuga, and Tioga), and the Western Finger Lakes (Wayne and Yates Counties) and Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Management Authorities.

Handles a Wide Range of Materials or EverythingEverything

Connecticut Surplus Property ProgramThe Department of Administrative Services Surplus Unit provides state agencies, municipalities, approved non-profit organizations and the bidding public with state surplus government property.                

State of Delaware Surplus Property Program  State agencies, school districts, and volunteer fire companies are eligible to receive state property during a two week period prior to advertisement to the public.

Maine Materials Exchange (M2X) (online)

Maine Surplus Property Division  The Surplus Property Division provides various mechanisms for the disposition of state surplus materials and equipment that are no longer needed by the state department that purchased them. This includes daily sales, property offered for bid, public sales, and public auctions. In addition, federal surplus property is obtained for donation to qualifying state, public, or non-profit organizations throughout Maine.                                                                             

Maryland Surplus Property Program The Department of General Services (DGS) sells Maryland's surplus assets through an online auction. This is much more convenient, green and cost saving to their customers.  Current assets available can be viewed at: www.govdeals.com/mdgs

Registration is not necessary to browse the site; however, you must register with www.GovDeals.com before participating in actual bidding.

Massachusetts Surplus Property Program Surplus property includes, but is not limited to, office equipment and furniture, clothing, vehicles, and building materials that exceed departmental need. Priority begins with state agencies and municipalities, but materials after time may be available to the public. 

New York WasteMatch is a free 'waste' brokerage service for NYC businesses.

Pennsylvania Surplus Property Program When a state agency has an item it no longer requires, that item is first offered to other state agencies. By transferring property from one agency to another, the Commonwealth is able to save taxpayer dollars through the reuse of valuable property. When an item is no longer required by any state agency, it is declared surplus and offered for sale in a variety of venues.

Reuse Marketplaceis a free network to find, sell, trade, or give away reusable and surplus items that would otherwise be disposed as trash. Businesses, institutions, governments, and non-profit organizations are allowed to post available items. Anyone can browse and access the posted items. The Marketplace includes more than 30 categories of items ranging from agricultural to textiles, as well as more than 60 related subcategories.

SWIX Waste Xchange is a free service designed to help businesses, industries and other organizations find markets for materials they have traditionally discarded. Registered users can post both wanted and available listings, similar to a classified ad section. Businesses, industries, and other organizations can list their available materials by type, quantity, frequency of availability, geographic location, and date listed.

RESOURCES BASED IN A PHYSICAL FACILITY

Organized by the State in which the Facility is Located

Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont

Connecticut

Ecoworks Art & Craft Supplies is a creative reuse center. It sells low-cost art supplies to support teachers, artists and others seeking to be more creative and artistic. It is based in New Haven, Connecticut and is open to the public.

Habitat for Humanity Building Materials Habitat's ReStore resale outlets sell reusable and surplus building materials to the public.  While every ReStore outlet is a little Habitatdifferent, most focus on home improvement goods like furniture, home accessories, building materials and appliances. ReStore resale outlets accept donated goods which are sold to the general public at a fraction of the retail price. The proceeds help local Habitat affiliates fund the construction of Habitat homes within their communities.   

New England Reuse Building Materialswas founded with the sole purpose of finding a use for building waste and reclaiming old New England one board at a time.  It provides an end to the means of deconstruction; a process of demolition to salvage materials. It uses these materials, salvaged from a deconstruction site such as an old home or barn, to create small buildings or new homes. 

The lumber and other assorted materials from a deconstruction (including appliances) are also for sale from the warehouse in North Haven, Connecticut.

The ReCONNstruction Center Building Materials accepts donations of unwanted, but perfectly usable building materials and fixtures. It then offers them for sale to the general public.  It is based in Newington, CT.

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Delaware

Habitat for Humanity Building Materials Habitat's ReStore resale outlets sell reusable and surplus building materials to the public.  While every ReStore outlet is a little Habitatdifferent, most focus on home improvement goods like furniture, home accessories, building materials and appliances. ReStore resale outlets accept donated goods which are sold to the general public at a fraction of the retail price. The proceeds help local Habitat affiliates fund the construction of Habitat homes within their communities.

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Maine

Habitat for Humanity Building Materials Habitat's ReStore resale outlets sell reusable and surplus building materials to the public.  While every ReStore outlet is a little Habitatdifferent, most focus on home improvement goods like furniture, home accessories, building materials and appliances. ReStore resale outlets accept donated goods which are sold to the general public at a fraction of the retail price. The proceeds help local Habitat affiliates fund the construction of Habitat homes within their communities.

Maine Building Materials Exchange  Building Materials has a store in Lisbon, Maine. Anyone may donate materials to the Building Materials Exchange: individuals, contractors, lumberyards manufacturers, corporations, and anyone can shop at the store.

Ruth's Reusable Resources  Computers & Electronicsis a non-profit resource center (in the Bessy School in Scarborough, Maine) for schools in Southern Maine.

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Maryland

Community Forklift Building Materials accepts donations of surplus, gently-used, and salvaged home improvement supplies. Visit the warehouse in Bladensburg, Maryland to hunt for treasure! They have 40,000 square feet of modern and vintage building materials, tools, hardware, lighting, plumbing fixtures & appliances, as well as architectural salvage, vintage furniture, and antiques.

Habitat for Humanity Building Materials Habitat's ReStore resale outlets sell reusable and surplus building materials to the public.  While every ReStore outlet is a little Habitatdifferent, most focus on home improvement goods like furniture, home accessories, building materials and appliances. ReStore resale outlets accept donated goods which are sold to the general public at a fraction of the retail price. The proceeds help local Habitat affiliates fund the construction of Habitat homes within their communities.

The Loading Dock Building Materials is a building materials reuse facility based in Baltimore, Maryland, offers great deals and interesting finds to people who need inexpensive building materials and are interested in keeping materials out of the waste stream.

The REuse Center Building Materials is a non-profit building materials exchange. New & used building supplies are collected, sorted and redistributed. National, local & regional businesses save taxes, transportation fees and dumping fees by donating their supplies. Community groups; religions, day care, Lions, Christmas for Others, Habitat for Humanity, etc. Individual families pay a handling fee for materials at approx. 25% of retail. The Center is located in Hancock, Maryland.

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Massachusetts

Boston ReStore, Inc. Building Materials Furniture collects donated building supplies and office furniture from homeowners and companies. Materials are made available to lower-income homeowners and non-profit organizations in Boston, Massachusetts.

EcoBuilding Bargains Building Materialsaccepts donations of quality but unwanted home improvement materials and sells at low prices in a retail setting in Springfield, Massachusetts.

Habitat for Humanity Building Materials Habitat's ReStore resale outlets sell reusable and surplus building materials to the public.  While every ReStore outlet is a little Habitatdifferent, most focus on home improvement goods like furniture, home accessories, building materials and appliances. ReStore resale outlets accept donated goods which are sold to the general public at a fraction of the retail price. The proceeds help local Habitat affiliates fund the construction of Habitat homes within their communities.

Reuse Center at Boston Building Resources! Building Materials is based in Boston, Massachusetts. The Reuse Center accepts residential construction and demolition reusables, including over-runs. Materials are made available to low to moderate-income households at a reduced rate.

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New Hampshire

Habitat for Humanity Building Materials Habitat's ReStore resale outlets sell reusable and surplus building materials to the public.  While every ReStore outlet is a little Habitatdifferent, most focus on home improvement goods like furniture, home accessories, building materials and appliances. ReStore resale outlets accept donated goods which are sold to the general public at a fraction of the retail price. The proceeds help local Habitat affiliates fund the construction of Habitat homes within their communities.

New Hampshire State Surplus Computers & ElectronicsFurnitureis open to the general public, as well as state agencies cities, towns and schools. Hours of operation are Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 8 - 3:30.

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New Jersey

Habitat for Humanity Building Materials Habitat's ReStore resale outlets sell reusable and surplus building materials to the public.  While every ReStore outlet is a little Habitatdifferent, most focus on home improvement goods like furniture, home accessories, building materials and appliances. ReStore resale outlets accept donated goods which are sold to the general public at a fraction of the retail price. The proceeds help local Habitat affiliates fund the construction of Habitat homes within their communities.

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New York

Build It Green! Building Materials is a New York City warehouse is a non-profit retail outlet for reusable, environmentally-friendly, and low-cost building materials.

Eastern Rensselaer County Community Warehouse (Hoosick Falls, New York) Building MaterialsEverything is located in Schaghticoke, New York. The organization accepts donations of reusable goods (home and office furnishings, appliances, housewares, building materials, and more) from individuals, businesses, and institutions. The materials are re-sold, at low cost, to those who need them.

Finger Lakes ReUse Everything Computers & Electronics Industrial Supplies Furniture(Ithaca, New York)  is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping our communities benefit from reuse by reducing waste, relieving poverty, and teaching job skills. Finger Lakes ReUse operates a ReUse Center in Ithaca, New York open to the public seven days a week (accepting and selling quality used furniture, salvaged and surplus building materials, housewares, and home electronics,) provides a deconstruction service as a green alternative to demolition, and runs a computer reuse program.

Habitat for Humanity Building Materials Habitat's ReStore resale outlets sell reusable and surplus building materials to the public.  While every ReStore outlet is a little Habitatdifferent, most focus on home improvement goods like furniture, home accessories, building materials and appliances. ReStore resale outlets accept donated goods which are sold to the general public at a fraction of the retail price. The proceeds help local Habitat affiliates fund the construction of Habitat homes within their communities.

Materials for the Arts (New York City) Art & Craft SuppliesComputers & ElectronicsBuilding MaterialsFurnitureMFTA
• Art materials • Computers
• Furnishings • Office Equipment & Supplies

Recycle-a-Bicycle   Bikerefurbishes donated bikes and sells them at their retail locations (Manhattan & Brooklyn, New York).

The ReHouse Store Building Materialsis a used building materials warehouse containing an inventory of architectural salvage, both modern and historical, located in Rochester, New York. There is also an online store at http://store.rehouseny.com/.

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Pennsylvania

Building Materials Exchange Building Materials Furniture provides materials and furniture to low-income homeowners in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Construction Junction Building Materialsis located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, its Pittsburgh's only non-profit retail store for used and surplus building materials.

Habitat for Humanity Building Materials Habitat's ReStore resale outlets sell reusable and surplus building materials to the public.  While every ReStore outlet is a little Habitatdifferent, most focus on home improvement goods like furniture, home accessories, building materials and appliances. ReStore resale outlets accept donated goods which are sold to the general public at a fraction of the retail price. The proceeds help local Habitat affiliates fund the construction of Habitat homes within their communities.

Nonprofit Technology Resources (NTR) Computers & Electronicsserves low-income people in Philadelphia, imagePennsylvania by recycling used computers, providing hands-on work experience, and assisting community-based service organizations to use computers in their work. We are the oldest computer service organization in the area devoted exclusively to nonprofit organizations and the people they serve. The Computer Thrift Store accepts the donation of used computers, laptops, monitors, printers, and other computer accessories at its Center City location from 9 am till 3 pm Monday through Thursday. Call or email to request a pickup of 10 or more identical Pentium IV (or better) computers (or 5 Pentium IV laptops) in the Philadelphia area. NTR can pick-up your donation of 100 or more Pentium IV computers anywhere from New York City to Washington DC. 

The Pittsburgh Center for Creative Reuse Art & Craft Supplies promotes resource conservation, creativity, and community engagement through material reuse. It operates a non-profit retail store for used and surplus art, craft, school, and office supplies, as well as business discards that are useful for creative projects. It also uses reclaimed materials for workshops and community art projects.

Re-Source/York Building Materialsbuilding supply stores, located in North York and York, Pennsylvania, selling new and used donated materials.

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Rhode Island

Habitat for Humanity Building Materials Habitat's ReStore resale outlets sell reusable and surplus building materials to the public.  While every ReStore outlet is a little Habitatdifferent, most focus on home improvement goods like furniture, home accessories, building materials and appliances. ReStore resale outlets accept donated goods which are sold to the general public at a fraction of the retail price. The proceeds help local Habitat affiliates fund the construction of Habitat homes within their communities.

Resource Recycling for R.I. Education (RRIE.org) Art & Craft Supplies Computers & ElectronicsEverythingIndustrial SuppliesFurniture is a non-profit organization that accepts clean non-toxic reusable excess inventory from the business community and offers them to educators and community organizations.

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Vermont

Habitat for Humanity Building Materials Habitat's ReStore resale outlets sell reusable and surplus building materials to the public.  While every ReStore outlet is a little Habitatdifferent, most focus on home improvement goods like furniture, home accessories, building materials and appliances. ReStore resale outlets accept donated goods which are sold to the general public at a fraction of the retail price. The proceeds help local Habitat affiliates fund the construction of Habitat homes within their communities.

ReSource FurnitureBuilding MaterialsArt & Craft Supplies There are two retail storefronts, one in Burlington and the other in Barre. Both ReSTORE shops take in and find new homes for gently used household goods, appliances, computers, electronics, furniture, and industrial surplus materials.

  • 266 Pine Street, Burlington, VT, Phone: 802.658.4143 ext. 10, Email
  • 30 Granite Street, Barre, VT, Phone: 802-477-7800, Email

Vermont Buildings & General Services: Surplus Property Computers & ElectronicsFurnitureis located in Montpelier, Vermont.  The state sells surplus property, both from Vermont as well as Federal agencies. There are no restrictions on who can purchase state surplus property. This includes office furniture, computer equipment, vehicles, and hundreds of other items.

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Other Reuse Directories

Building Materials Reuse Association

Earth 911

Reuse Alliance

Reuse Centers and Material Exchanges
Listing on the Connecticut DEEP website.

Reuse Institute

Technical Assistance for Reuse Organizations

ReDO
A national non-profit organization providing technical assistance and support for reuse organizations.

Are we missing anyone? Mistakes or updates?

Please let us know and we'd be happy to make the corrections or additions. Contact Lynn Rubinstein