Gallery: Waste makes a fine future

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  1. Alien timber logs ready to be cut into planks at the wet mill section of Working for Waters Farleigh Eco-Furniture Factory. Picture: John Yeld, Independent Newspapers
  2. Ricardo Pieterse operates one of the circular saws used to cut  technically, to cant  timber sections from an alien gum log at the wet mill section. Picture: John Yeld, Independent Newspapers
  3. Employees making school desks in the dry mill section of the factory. Picture: John Yeld, Independent Newspapers
  4. Manager at the Farleigh Eco-Furniture Factory, Herman Jungbauer-Rudman, with one of the inlaid chess tables they make there. Picture: John Yeld
  5. Pupils help put a desk together. Picture: Supplied
  6. Pupils at a remote rural school near Port St Johns sit at their new desks, the wooden components of which were manufactured from alien invasive timber. Picture: Supplied

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