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Eric

Mr. Green makes a good point for using plants as natural fences. However, if you must use a man made fence, steel is a good green choice. The steel fence we install is made from up to 97% recycled material and the finish they use "greatly reduces and in some cases, eliminates emissions of harmful gases into the atmosphere".

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Walter Tully

I agree with the steel fences idea Eric - out of all man-made fences, link fences made of steel is the most environment-friendly since it's usually made of recycled steel! It's also an efficient fence since it will definitely last longer than either wood or plastic! Most parks and recreation centers in Glendale uses bushes and hedges as fence though. They look good and definitely environment-friendly but if the fence's purpose is for protection, I'd definitely go with steel.

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