Ruby Monje Silva, 5, runs out from under a cardboard bridge during the grand opening celebration of The Scrap Exchange in Durham on Sunday Oct. 5, 2014. The Scrap Exchange is a nonprofit that collects unwanted materials from the community to redistribute for creative reuse in their new 1,200 square foot facility on Chapel Hill Road.
Ruby Monje Silva, 5, runs out from under a cardboard bridge during the grand opening celebration of The Scrap Exchange in Durham on Sunday Oct. 5, 2014. The Scrap Exchange is a nonprofit that collects unwanted materials from the community to redistribute for creative reuse in their new 1,200 square foot facility on Chapel Hill Road. newsobserver.com
Ruby Monje Silva, 5, runs out from under a cardboard bridge during the grand opening celebration of The Scrap Exchange in Durham on Sunday Oct. 5, 2014. The Scrap Exchange is a nonprofit that collects unwanted materials from the community to redistribute for creative reuse in their new 1,200 square foot facility on Chapel Hill Road. newsobserver.com

Scrap Exchange celebrates its new Durham location

October 05, 2014 6:10 PM

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