Reuse Organization Profiles
Habitat for Humanity ReStore of Butte County
Habitat for Humanity ReStore of Butte County originated in 2004.
- The ReStore has established many commercial accounts; Lowe's is a loyal donator to the ReStore.
- Cory Beynon is the ReStore Director and Michael Cudney is the restore supervisor. We have several other paid employees and a host of great volunteers to round out our staff.
- Volunteers are always welcome. Call or visit the Restore for information on how you can volunteer.
- The ReStore contains 12,000 square feet of indoor space, as well as an outdoor area.
|Materials Accepted||Source of Materials||Collection Services||Geographic
Usable construction and demolition materials such as:
Bath Tubs, Bricks, Cabinets for Kitchens/Baths, Carpet and Pads, Doors (Interior and Exterior), Faucets for Kitchens/Baths, Gravel, Heating/AC Units, Hot Water Heaters, Lighting Fixtures, Paint (Interior and Exterior), Towel Bars for Bathrooms, Sliding Glass Doors, Towel Bars for Bathrooms, Vinyl for Bathrooms, Whole House Fans
|Eighty (80) percent of the materials come from homeowners; the remaining 20 percent come from businesses.||Call for details||Butte County.|