Gallery: World Trade Center Steel Recycled into Hundreds of Memorials A...

The community of Coatesville, Pennsylvania will receive the largest shipment so far. They have requested 500 tons of steel for its future National Iron and Steel Heritage Museum.

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  1. dumbfounded September 8, 2011 at 2:57 pm
    Wow if I had only known that larry over at the trenton salvage yard got thousands of tons of wtc steel I could have bought it and donated it to deserving causes.
  2. hawaiiguy August 20, 2011 at 6:02 pm
    Wow, gotta say that's not really what I call an inspiring use of materials. Until the "Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth" are acknowledged (and granted a hearing)for their tireless forensic investigation and connection of dots, I's, and T's, the material should still be evidence. The beyond military grade nano thermite found throughout the WTC towers 1,2 and 7 carnage, and all over Manhattan should not be distributed as memorials and museum pieces. A grade "F" investigation that became the "9/11 commission report" is still contested by 10's of thousands of brilliant forensic, and structural professionals around the world. Displaying it as artwork and warships does not change the fact skyscrapers cannot collapse against the laws of physics!
  3. lazyreader August 19, 2011 at 4:05 pm
    What the hell is this. Ode to joyous scrap metal. I doubt children can play on it, not without cutting themselves up. Old architectural styles like bronze statues and fountains, even if they are memorials are great for children to play on. Better looking and less depressing.