OHIAS' mission is to educate and empower people everywhere to live responsibly, just and sustainable as our natural world requires.   We believe and many will agree  sustainable communities are the foundation stones and life blood of a sustainable planet.

Question of our day.

Are we not obligated knowing all we know about ourselves and our natural world to live responsibly, just and sustainable as our natural world requires.

Our built environment

Our built environments: our homes, our businesses, our shops, our institions, public spaces and our government buildings are often at the center of commerce, creating the most jobs and the most economic activity which drive our economies. Construction and Deconstruction (C&D) includes renovation and improvements is an industry term used to define all construction and deconstruction activities. Much of debris coming out of new construction is new quality such as lumber. New construction produces all types and kinds of reusable materials that can instrumental in other building projects, spreading out and over other local jobs and projects, even trickling down to the smallest opportuned project need.

 

Recovery of building materials from deconstructed buildings and structures is both responsible and sustainable and produces hogh quality reuse materials: lumber, stone, paneling, flooring, windows, doors, fixtures and more.

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