"Every year tons of usable building materials and household goods are trucked to our landfills; these goods could provide cost-effective alternatives to purchasing new," said Jack Brown, Director of Community Services for Westmoreland Community Action and General Manager for Shop Demo Depot.
"It's our responsibility as a society to take a stand and start reducing or eliminating this waste by making sensible green decisions," Brown said.
(Pictured left to right): Frank Crivella, Mount Pleasant 3rd Ward City Council Member; Ted Kopas, Westmoreland County Commissioner; Representative Deborah Kula; Jerry Lucia, Mount Pleasant Mayor; C. Champ Holman, Deputy Secretary, Office of Community Affairs and Development, PA DCED; Tay Waltenbaugh, CEO, Westmoreland Community Action; State Senator Kim Ward; Lou Lazzaro, Deputy Chief of Staff for Congressman Tim Murphy; Chad Amond, President, Westmoreland Chamber of Commerce; and Jack Brown, Director of Community Services, Westmoreland Community Action.
STANDING: Rosanne Novotnak (Norwin Chamber of Commerce), Joe Horency (The Advisors LLC), Kris Douglas (First National Bank of PA), Pat McKula (Westmoreland County Community College), Linda Morlacci (WCCC Education Foundation), Jack Brown (Westmoreland Human Opportunities, Inc.), Joanne Pearson (Laurel Highlands Visitors Bureau), Carolyn Royse (Smart Growth Partnership of Westmoreland), and Brian Sciore (Minuteman Press).
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