Hurricane Hauling & Demolition, Inc. Nominated by Acterra Business Environmental Awards for Deconstruction Efforts

Educating Clients, Employee, and Competitors through a Small Business Environmental Program is One Way to Change Industry Standards

February 1, 2013 – Hurricane submitted its Deconstruction Service to the Acterra Business Environmental Awards as an Environmental Program that seeks to reduce, reuse, and recycle significant amounts of construction waste and keep it out of the Bay Area landfills. Acterra rewards a specific environmental project that has demonstrated significant leadership in a focused area, such as resource conservation (water, waste, ...

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Hurricane Featured in Thumbtack.com’s Spotlight

An intimate interview explaining Hurricane’s best practices

November 2012 – This month, Thumbtack.com is featuring Hurricane in the Spotlight, a premier space on their website dedicated to giving a more intimate introduction of a selected business for customers.

Thumbtack isn’t like typical local search directories; it actually gives you the ability to vet, contact, and book service professionals the moment you find them. For a customer, it’s like shopping for services and asking companies to bid on ...

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Deconstruction is Praised In Fairfax

Did you know:

  • Recycling one aluminum can saves an amount of energy equivalent to half that can filled with gasoline?
  • Every Sunday, more than 500,000 trees are used to produce the 88% of newspapers that are never recycled?
  • North Americans throw away 2.5 million plastic bottles every hour?

The local nonprofit group Sustainable Fairfax does! They are spreading the word of responsible consumerism ...

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Hurricane Hauling Owners Present to Key Leaders of the Remodeling Industry

Employ Long-Term Thinking Regarding Deconstruction vs. Demolition

SAN RAFAEL, CA, June 6, 2012 — Hurricane Hauling & Demolition, Inc. owners David Sherman and Paul Sonnabend attended the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) San Francisco’s Chapter Meeting on June 5, 2012. The meeting featured Sherman and Marin Resource Recovery Center Founder Joe Garbarino speaking about Recycling and the Remodeler: From the Site to the Recycler. About thirty ...

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Visit Hurricane Hauling at the Marin Home & Garden Expo

When: Saturday June 2nd 10am – 6pm & Sunday June 3rd 10am – 5pm

Where: Tent 302 @ the Marin Civic Center in San Rafael, CA

With Who: Marin Builders Association

Come to the Marin Home & Garden Expo and see Hurricane Hauling’s display in the Showcase Spaces! We will be among hundreds of contracts, roofers, homeowning associations, gardens, and other great exhibitors. Live music and food vendors will help you keep your foot moving as you see what the Expo has to ...

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Hurricane Hauling & Demolition, Inc. Featured on Public Television as a Bay Area “Cool Job”

Marin-based Family Owned Green Business Receives Statewide Recognition for Unique Jobs

SAN RAFAEL, CA, April 26, 2012 — Hurricane Hauling & Demolition, Inc., a Marin-based demolition, deconstruction, and hauling company, today announced that it has been featured on CBS San Francisco Channel 5’s “Eye On The Bay,” airing on Friday, April 27th at 7pm. “Eye on the Bay” is an Emmy Award winning magazine-style show featuring San Francisco Bay Area’s things to do, places to go, and sights to ...

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Hurricane Hauling’s Very Own Lisa Chipkin Writes Book on Sustainability

Hurricane Hauling Consultant Lisa Chipkin and Fairfax Mayor Pamela Hartwell-Herrero published the book Grassroots Sustainability: A guide to Organizing a Thriving Community that documents best practices and shares important lessons on how to work with different sectors of the community.  Grassroots Sustainability was inspired by the real-life efforts of a handful of grassroots groups in Marin County, California that successfully brought sustainability policy and education to their communities. It is intended to empower individuals and grassroots groups near and far ...

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