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Hazelwood and Churchill (Victoria, Australia) local Girl Guide information noticeboard.

Recycling the old bricks

The bricks from the external toilet block that  was pulled down at the back of the Hazelwood [South] Hall has had a fair few different uses. Of the uses that we know of the bricks and rubble have been utilized in the making of:-
Compost holders,
Garden bed walls, straight ones, round ones.
Having under clothes lines so that feet do not get sloshed on while getting in the washing.

March 11, 2010 - Posted by | bricks, maintenance, recycle


  1. […] First they had to identify local projects to help the environment.  Well Clean up Australia Day was happening in March each year so through schools, Guides or other groups cleaning up rubbish will be done, The Hazelwood South Hall needs a front garden area revamp before winter and the bricks out the back of the Hazelwood South Hall still need removal for recycling.. […]

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  2. […] was an opportunity to use the bricks as well as the tan bark that had been donated earlier in the year.  Some members of the […]

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  3. […] there was literally no money, time, plenty of bricks not yet recycled, and tan bark along with a concrete slab that had sharp thing like the cemented in build […]

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  4. […] at the Hazelwood South Hall making two garden beds at the front entrance, getting rid of  or recycling bricks, creating a ‘brickery’, transplant saplings shrubs and raking out the leaf mulch from […]

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