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Doing justice to environment
Times photo: Brenda Steurer Extra materials from the Green County Justice Center project are collected for recycling. About 74 tons of excess material has been recycled from the project so far. Recycling keeps the material from local landfills.
MONROE - The Green County Justice Center has gone green.More than 84 tons of waste have been created with the building's construction. In the past, the discarded wood, steel and concrete used to build a facility this size would be thrown into landfills. Project supervisor Randy Thor of J.P. Cullen and Sons decided that was too much waste to just toss out.