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marble for paths

  • Subject: [cg] marble for paths
  • From: Diane Picard dpnoc@mass-ave.org
  • Date: Tue, 06 May 2003 16:10:01 -0400

I am thinking about recycling old pieces of marble that the City of Buffalo has disposed of and using it for garden paths. Does anyone know if marble leaches anything and whether this would be a good use for it? Any advice is much appreciated.  Thanks.  -Diane

Diane Picard
Massachusetts Avenue Project
382 Massachusetts Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14213

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