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5% of the salvaged property (the Poseidon and the ET-70 fuel tank), roughly $6.
This was done by cutting the top plate of each wall from its connection to the adjoining exterior wall and inwardly collapsing the cut section of wall, employing supports fashioned from salvaged lumber, ropes and cables to prevent remaining walls from falling unexpectedly and harming members of the deconstruction team.
However, some mills, such as the one just opened by The Materials for the Future Foundation (MFF) in Oakland, California, specialize in reprocessing salvaged wood.
He previously had salvaged two Italian mosaic friezes and had them in his possession at the time the case was heard.
Mitchen hopes to use some of the salvaged wood to build an 1880s-era sawmill-camp-museum complex in Ashland, and route most of the salvaged logs through that operation.
In its 96-page report, titled "Strategic Analysis of the North American Automotive Salvage Industry," the business research and consulting firm offered many insights, including making the case for why the use of salvaged parts is not only advantageous to insurers but is also becoming more commonplace.
possession of the salvaged property was sufficient to overcome the
In turn, the salvaged or donated materials are sold to support the organization and its mission.
added, ``This delay will limit the amount of timber to be salvaged because dead and dying timber will eventually be useless for harvest.
has opened a retail center called The Forgotten Room, offering antiques and other salvaged items that can be used in residential and commercial gardens.
Salvage Direct, which pioneered the online salvaged vehicle auction in 1998, auctions salvaged vehicles and watercraft over the Internet on behalf of insurance companies, rental car fleets and other institutions.