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    Boardwalks and Rainforests

    Just wondering how everyone feels when a local town uses wood from the rainforest to build their new boardwalk?

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    Check your info the only town I heard ALMOST did was Belmar. They ended up switching due to the rainforest issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdahrouge View Post
    Check your info the only town I heard ALMOST did was Belmar. They ended up switching due to the rainforest issue.
    fraid your wrong my brother!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoodVibes View Post
    fraid your wrong my brother!
    Read the article

    http://manasquan.patch.com/articles/...-for-boardwalk

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    Never said Belmar was using it but you were wrong saying nobody was using it.

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    use piles of trees or produce piles of plastic.

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    Re-use piles of plastic to make a boardwalk maybe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldSoul View Post
    Re-use piles of plastic to make a boardwalk maybe?
    VA Beach Oceanfront "board" walk is concrete and asphalt.

    Walkways over the dunes in other parts of VB are constructed of recycled plastic made to appear like gray-brown wood.

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    I heard they were going to use Great White Shark blood to paint it. Its cheaper than paint and looks better. So stoked

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    The wood is going to have to come from somewhere. I'm not sure why one would want to import wood from the Rainforest? The state of Georgia is one of the world's largest producer of raw wood - a project like this should stay in the US.