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Wisconsin Reclamation Project, Green Lake Wi

by Matthew
(Green Lake)


Wisconsin Reclamation Project was founded with a deep rooted respect and admiration for Wisconsin’s beautiful countryside. Starting a socially responsible, “green” company was important to us and we strive to be as efficient and environmentally friendly as possible
Wisconsin’s proud farming heritage at its peak boasted over 200,000 small farms, and though that number has been greatly diminished over the years, that pride remains and can be seen throughout Wisconsin’s beautiful countryside.

The evolution of modern farming practices, pressure of economic constraints, and the modernization of industrial facilities have led to a scenario where Wisconsin’s reclaimed lumber supply is not only abundant, but also rich in history and character.

Wisconsin Reclamation Project makes great efforts to capture that history and exercise the character representative of the state of Wisconsin and beyond by embracing sustainability and socially responsible practices in its day to day operations. Mitigating waste, assisting clients with maximizing efficiency, and focusing on quality, are just a few core principles that set WRP apart from its competitors.
Matthew Kutz
Wisconsin Reclamation Project
Wisconsinrp.com
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Sep 05, 2018
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These guys are good
by: Melissa

I had several interested parties to take down my late 1800's double hip 40x80 here in Green Lake Wisconsin. It had been in the family but unused for years and fallen into disrepair. WRP seemed to be the most professional company that I met with and they did not let down. They had all the necessary equipment needed for a large project sktrac, skidloader, and large trucks and trailers even safety equipment! The barn was down and cleaned up just as they had agreed to do. I would recommend them to anyone that asks...…. Thanks WRP

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