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May 29, 2012 - Court frees cities to turn decay into green spaces

Finally, the hundreds of thousands of condemned, dilapidated and possibly dangerous properties that have been neighborhood eyesores throughout the state of Texas can come down. City councils, which had postponed planned demolitions of condemned buildings for fear of lawsuits, are now free to move forward with the much-needed work. Mechanisms are in place to get […]

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April 16, 2012 - Cherry on Top

By Mark S. Kuhar Now in its 60th year of business, Houston-based Cherry continues to find ways of expanding its service offerings. For example, the recycling and demolition company recently opened its fourth Texas recycling center. Located south of Houston in Hitchcock, this new center now makes it easier for Texas businesses to recycle a […]

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March 21, 2012 - Ranger Pugmill Produces 500 TPH of Material

Houston-based recycling and demolition firm Cherry added another stabilized material plant to its operations, giving the company a total of five stabilized facilities in the Greater Houston area. This newest plant produces stabilized sand and base material for companies located primarily in northwest Harris County, northern Fort Bend County, Waller County and Montgomery County. The […]

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February 14, 2012 - Deconstruction Debris Welcome in Galveston County

Refurbishments and new construction greener thanks to new recycling facility By Ben Wheatley Cherry is making it easier for Galveston County businesses to recycle deconstruction waste. The Houston based recycling and demolition company has just opened its fourth recycling center—which is situated in Hitchcock, Texas. The new 12-acre Hitchcock Recycling Center, located at 5402 Highway […]

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February 1, 2012 - Careful disassembly ensures plant can be reassembled for operation in India

Most in the demolition industry know Cherry as one of its long-time leaders. The Houston based demolition and recycling company—now in its 60th year of operation—has made a name for itself in multiple job categories for countless projects involving implosion, demolition and deconstruction. Demolition companies are seldom concerned about re-assembling what they’ve taken apart. However, […]