favorite this postFilter Cloth | Lawn Tarp | Landscape Debris Tarps...SAVE 50-75% (repurposedMATERIALS)hide this posting
condition: good make / manufacturer: lawn tarps model name / number: filter cloth
QR Code Link to This Post
Buy Now with FREE SHIPPING >>>> https://www.repurposedmaterialsinc.com/filter-cloths/
OPEN to the PUBLIC | 10220 Brighton Rd. | Unit 7 | Henderson, CO 80640
ORDER TODAY: 303-321-1471 | Hours: 9-5pm, Mon-Fri
Want more "repurposing" ideas?? Sign Up for our E - Newsletter>> https://www.repurposedmaterialsinc.com/contact
******* CURRENT INVENTORY *********
Large Qty in Stock
FILTER CLOTHS - 6' X 10' - 10PC
6ft x 10ft cloths | Bundle of 10 cloths | FREE SHIPPING
25% OFF for Local Pickup
"I can't believe how tough these filter cloths are. They work great in our landscaping biz!" - Benny Thomas in Virginia
This super strong beverage filter cloth was originally used to strain different liquids. Because of their lightweight and supremely durable nature, landscapers often use the tarps to pile debris on when trimming and pruning. Some of the beverage filter cloths do have slits in them but are easily patched with heavy-duty tape and still function the same as those cloths without slits. The material is both breathable and permeable to water. Due to their resilient nature, each filter cloth gets several years out of their after-life.
Got Stuff? We're interested in your obsolete stuff...eg: materials, equipment, inventory, chemicals, machinery, product, etc...anywhere in the United States. If you don't want it, we might! Call Damon w/ details @ 303.321.1471.
***PLEASE NOTE: Our product inventory changes quickly, Please call for current inventory.
WANTED - Warehouse & Yard Space. Our lease runs out soon. Need: 8,000-20,000 sq ft of office & warehouse with a 1-2 acre yard for storage. We want to be in metro Denver or north. We will buy/lease/sublease or whatever. If you know of a potential property, call Dan Creacy @ 303.321.1471.
Filter Cloth, Lawn Tarp, Landscape Debris Tarps, Debris Haul, Semi-Permeable Tarp on Plants or Grass, Lawn Tarp, beverage filter cloth, beverage tarps, landscape tarp, debris removal, Sun Shade Screens for Livestock - Construction Site Screens - Nursery and Greenhouse Screens - Semi Truck and Dump Truck Tarps - Pond Covers - Tennis Court Windscreens - Shade Screens for Dog Kennel - Mesh Tarp for Demolition Site Privacy - Waterfowl and Bird Screens - RV Awning Sun Screen - Tank Covers - Debris Netting - Mesh Warehouse Curtains - Lagoon Covers - Lumber Tarps - Roof Tarps - Industrial Water Tank Cover - Shop Dividers - Jobsite Screens - Construction Material Covers - Porch Awning - Mesh Gym Divider - Porous Ground Cover - Yard Tarps - Salvage Covers - Truck Tarps -- Dump Truck Cover - Construction Fence Screens - Compost Covers, yard tarp with handles, leaf tarp lowes, leaf tarp walmart, leaf tarp home depot, canvas tarp with handles, leaf tarp with handles, ez tarp tugger, reusable poly woven yard waste bags, canvas, canvas tarp, lawn canvas, tarp, leaf tarp home depot, leaf tarp lowes, yard tarp with handles, yard waste tarp, ez tarp tugger, leaf hauler, tarps plus, poly tarps for sale, Fabric / Textile - fabric textile nylon polyester leather cotton acrylic wood dacron felt carpet
vinyl canvas fleece netting mesh rope cord tarp awning tent camping cover waterproof
windproof thread yarn
Industrial Thrift Store
Below is a bit of about our mission/concept of repurposing.
We are America's largest industrial thrift store! We have yards in Denver, Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas, and Philadelphia. Our main office is in Denver 303.321.1471
First off, what are some examples of repurposing? It is taking a byproduct or waste stream such as a retired street sweeper brush and giving it a 2nd life as a backscratcher for horses or cattle. It is taking a decommissioned fire hose and giving it an extended life as a boat dock fender. It is taking an obsolete ski lift cable and giving it a second life as hand railing in a luxury condo building.
In your efforts to reach Zero Waste, do you have any byproducts or waste from projects now, or coming up, that would be a candidate for repurposing? Or, do you have any surplus/obsolete inventories or idle equipment you'd like to deal on. . . maybe items that have been depreciated out, over orders on a job, inventory from a project that got cancelled, etc.?
We look forward to being a resource on any byproducts, waste, inventories, or equipment that would be a candidate for repurposing!
To date, our company has helped a number of organizations through repurposing: US Army, Denver Broncos, City of Chicago, Nestles, BNSF Railroad, Oklahoma State University, Purina, US National Forest Service, Campbells Soup, State of Wyoming, Paramount Pictures, and many, many more!