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October 5, 2014 6:10 PM

Scrap Exchange celebrates its new Durham location

The Scrap Exchange celebrated the grand opening of its new Durham location, at 2050 Chapel Hill Road, all afternoon with music, displays and what organizers said was the first of what they hope will be many trash-free food truck rodeos.

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