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Rubble set to Launch Groundbreaking Marketplace App to Reduce Construction Waste

Upcoming app Rubble is set to redefine the construction industry by facilitating the reuse and recycling of leftover materials, promoting sustainability and community engagement.

/EIN News/ -- Los Angeles, California, May 16, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Rubble is set to launch a revolutionary marketplace app. It serves as a platform where leftover tools and materials can find new life, helping to reduce landfill waste and promote environmental sustainability. Rubble caters to contractors, homeowners, and do-it-yourself (DIY) enthusiasts, allowing them to list and purchase leftover construction materials.

The innovative app's mission is to transform one person's trash into another's treasure by cleaning up spaces and keeping useful supplies out of landfills. Users can list their leftover materials in seconds and choose from categories such as appliances, electrical, bath and faucets, hardware, lumber, paint, and more. This ease of use encourages more people to participate, increasing the availability of materials.

"We developed the app to emulate the experience of going through aisles in large-scale construction stores. Just like in those stores, users can browse through different sectors so they can effortlessly locate what they need within the app," Keara Sexton, the co-founder, shares.

Rubble also includes an in-app messaging feature to facilitate easy communication between buyers and sellers. With this, all negotiations and arrangements can be handled smoothly within the platform. In addition, users can save their favorite posts in Rubble, allowing it to provide tailored recommendations based on their interests and past interactions. This personalized approach enhances user experience and helps buyers find exactly what they need for their projects.

The launch of Rubble promises numerous benefits. Firstly, it's worth noting that the construction industry significantly contributes to landfill waste. Materials still in optimal condition often end up discarded after projects. Rubble addresses this issue by creating a marketplace that encourages the reuse of materials.

Reducing the need for new materials helps offset the environmental impact associated with the extraction and production of these resources. Moreover, it presents more business opportunities within local communities, making construction projects more cost-effective and sustainable.

"The fees for disposing of materials are expensive. We encourage commercial job sites to recycle and resell materials through Rubble, so they can save money on dump fees and make extra cash by selling unused materials that would otherwise just be discarded," Sexton remarks. This win-win scenario aligns with Rubble's mission of promoting sustainability while providing a financial incentive for users.

The co-founder also envisions Rubble as a community-driven platform where users feel inclined to list items for free, contributing to a culture of sharing resources, all while reducing waste and championing sustainability. This philosophy especially resonates with homeowners and DIY enthusiasts, who may prioritize organizing their storage areas and giving their unused materials a chance to be utilized elsewhere.

Rubble spearheads a movement toward a more sustainable construction industry. This app is bound to become the go-to marketplace for buying and selling leftover materials. After all, it offers a unique opportunity for individuals to contribute to a greener future while also saving money and decluttering their spaces.

Media Contact

Name: Keara Sexton

Email: info@rubbleapp.com



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