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Xeriscape and Recycling versus Liability
uuxcrunner
November 28, 2012 in Design Dilemma
Pea Gravel, Arizona stone, desert plants, then auto safety glass and non tempered glass create a wonderful xeriscape along with recycling concepts, but is there really a concern for liability?
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decoenthusiaste
Ask your insurance agent. Sea glass might give a similar effect and be rounded. Consider tumbling the glass to see if edges can be taken off without changing the character much.
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Ross NW Watergardens
Who exactly would walk through that? I wouldn't worry about it :)
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standinginline
Love the idea and concept of it--would be interested in knowing the answer on the liability of that. It is not part of a walkway nor does it appear attached to a walkway, so I would think it would be ok, but you never know now days ;)
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