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Recycled Skateboard Projects
The Element 'No Board Left Behind Program' Incorporates Used Material


By: Jordy Eleni (Superstar) Jun 21, 12
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The Element ‘No Board Left Behind’ project makes use of used and entirely dilapidated skateboards. While many choose to discard discolored decks that are strewn with nicks or other noticeable imperfections, Element has maintained their value and beauty.

Element’s commitment to the re-use of old material is admirable to say the least. Instead of producing new wooden boards, as do many companies of its kind, it has benefited the environment by making use of what would otherwise be tossed away. And in addition to be green-friendly, the one-of-a-kind designs are also ornate with bright, colorful palettes. As such, it may be said that the Element brand has struck a balance between reclaimed goods and street style.



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