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May 3, 2013St. Joseph, MO |  By: Swetnam

Habitat for Humanity Fiberglass

The Saint Joseph Habitat for Humanity benefits from community recycling.

The City of Saint Joseph Recycling Center collected over 100 ton's of glass last year. Saint Joseph Habitat Volunteer Coordinator Rita Boyer says that led to a large supply donation.

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Boyer says Ripple Glass donated over 13 thousand square feet of fiberglass insulation. She estimates that's enough to insulate 10 new Habitat for Humanity homes.