Yes, green carpetry does exist. People are making the effort to use recycled wood. Some people even go “dumster diving” into landfills to fish out unrecycled materials to build with, which must require a very eco-friendly mindset to accomplish. Also, reverse carpentry refers to taking apart old buildings and reusing the parts to build new ones.
Yes, as streckesisen explained, there are methods for green carpentry. Reusing is an important aspect of this practice. I think it is possible to have a “green” side of any profession. Efficiency and sustainability can be applied to practically every trade and making smart choices in how you work and the materials you work with make a huge difference.
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