Re-Source Center offers new opportunity for people to sell garage sale items
June 30, 2011
Granby – Rocky Mountain Re-Source and Re-Use Center has moved to 55 First Street in Granby.
Re-Source is a building materials clearinghouse with a focus on a uniquely green-minded mountain community.
The aim of Rocky Mountain Re-Source is to provide opportunities within the local community to conserve natural resources and promote waste reduction.
It’s a place where people can purchase resourced products at reduced prices.
“Moving into this new location will generate a lot of new traffic, I’m excited to see the greater impact Rocky Mountain Re-Source will have on the community,” said outgoing employer Adam Dill, who was instrumental in opening the Re-Source Center last year. The Center is owned by Tom Pierro of Legacy Building Specialties of Granby.
The Re-Source Center is available to homeowners and businesses who would like to recycle quality new or used items without paying dump fees.
Rocky Mountain Re-Source receives and sells items such as cabinetry, windows, interior/exterior doors and trim, appliances (washers, dryers, refrigerators, stoves, dishwashers), tubs, sinks, faucets, wood, metal furniture, tile, door and cabinetry hardware, wood timbers, landscape materials, lumber, siding, fencing, wood stoves, fireplaces, nails, screws and other hardware, light fixtures and metal.