30 Dec '13, 6pm

An old smokestack was reused and got the chance to change its ways to become a green example for the future.

An adaptive reuse project gives an old industrial facility the chance to change its ways and become an example of the future instead of a piece of blight from the past.

Full article: http://www.edcmag.com/articles/95368-rewriting-history-th...

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