TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — Re-Think organization celebrated their new upcycling workspace with a ribbon cutting this afternoon.
The organization purchased new machinery to better assist them throughout their recycling process. The machinery was purchased through a grant they received from the Indiana Department of Environmental Management.
“It’s an educational workspace and so it serves that purpose as well,” Board President Rebecca Bercich said. “We can bring in students and entrepreneurs and artists and anybody who is interested in learning more about plastic waste and recycling, and thinking of creative ways to re-use and re-purpose it.”
Volunteers are always welcomed to help make Terre Haute environmentally friendly. More information about Re-Think can be found on their website.