Winona store diverts 3.5M pounds of 'junk' from the dump

The Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Winona says its diverted more than 3.5 million pounds of what some would call 'junk' from landfills. Most donations are building materials like windows, doors and cabinets -- along with other items like furniture and appliances.
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The Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Winona says its diverted more than 3.5 million pounds of what some would call 'junk' from landfills. Most donations are building materials like windows, doors and cabinets -- along with other items like furniture and appliances.

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