Tuesday, December 28th, 2010 by Samantha Walton
La Porte, IN - They serve as the largest basement waterproofing and foundation repair specialist in Indiana and southwest Michigan, and now Nova Basement Systems has become the forerunner in the recycling and donating initiatives to hit the construction community.
Nova has instituted a recycling program that redistributes over 35 of their products previously considered disposable and now donates them to local concrete yards and Habitat for Humanity.
Over the span of six months Owner Jim Nova and his team were able to propel this small idea into a full-fledged recycling program encompassing detailed descriptions about recycling each pertinent product. After some reevaluations, the Nova team produced the perfect system for reusing some materials.
Local concrete yards are now the recipients of the excess concrete after a concrete basement floor has been jack hammered. Additionally, Nova now donates all the batten insulation to Habitat for Humanity after it has been torn from crawl spaces before encapsulation.
Residually, Nova is retaining thousands of dollars that otherwise would have been put toward dumpster costs. Now the company utilizes a Pay-As-You-Throw system in which they only have to pay when the dumpster requires emptying.
Contact Nova Basement Systems today for more information about their recycling program in addition to crawl space repair in Michigan and Indiana. They're also basement waterproofing experts.
Nova Basement Systems offers basement waterproofing, foundation repair, and crawl space encapsulation in Indiana and Michigan. Nova Basement Systems contractors provide service to areas such as Michigan City and South Bend.