LaBarre, Shaun


Title
LaBarre, Shaun
Creator:
LaBarre, Shaun, 1978-, interviewee; McCutcheon, Liz, videographer; Steele, Shirley S., interviewer;
Date Recorded:
2010
Date digitized:
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Description:

Shaun LaBarre, director of ReSource Yard for the Center for ReSource Conservation and a City of Boulder deconstruction professional, talks about how ReSource started from “one gentleman and a pile of material on a dirt lot” to its present 10-acre, 12,000 square-foot warehouse location with the same mission: diversion of material from the landfill for reuse. He discusses the history of how the Center for ReSource Conservation and the ReSource Yard have grown: increasing services, becoming financially viable, and broadening ancillary programming in Boulder and now in the Front Range. This interview includes a tour of the ReSource Yard and discussion of the kinds of materials brought in, how actual effectiveness in diversion from landfill is measured, and goals for the future.

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Subject:
LaBarre, Shaun, 1978-.
Center for ReSource Conservation (Boulder, Colo.)
Building materials Recycling.
Buildings Salvaging.
Construction and demolition debris Colorado Boulder.
Recycling industry Colorado Boulder.
Boulder (Colo.) History Biography.
Language:
eng
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Notes:
Local call number:
OH1660
Copyright:
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