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Making a Difference (Dan Phillips) #953719

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Nov 28, 2009
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(Studio: Carl Quintanilla) Report introduced.

(Huntsville, Texas: Anne Thompson) The story of Dan Phillips††, who is turning trash into treasure in an environmental effort to build affordable housing using discarded construction material, presented; scenes shown from Huntsville, Texas, of some of the whimsical homes made from construction waste. [PHILLIPS - says everything we use is degraded, the houses are sustainable & the city is behind it.] [Homeowner Kristi STEVENS‡, worker Josh STARKEY‡- comment on the experience.]

Quintanilla, Carl;
Thompson, Anne

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