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20 for the Next 20: Quinn Vittum, Re-use Hawai‘i
March 9, 2023
Fellows mentioned in this story: Quinn Vittum
From Hawai‘i Business Magazine:
Even as a boy, Quinn Vittum saw that the construction industry had a problem: There was no system to recover and redistribute the waste it produced.
He recalls his father, who owned a construction company in New Hampshire, bringing salvaged and leftover materials back to their house, where he and his brothers would make forts out of the wood.
“This was in the mid-’90s. There was a little less consciousness around waste and environmental stuff,” he says. “It’s been cool to see the evolution.”
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