Michel Pun, program director of the CRUSH rebuilding project, says his group takes materials from structures that were demolished by the quake, and recycles as much as possible. CRUSH stands for Creating Rubble Recycling Solutions for Haiti.
Pun says bricks recovered from demolished homes have helped repave roads and backfill material helps build a foundation for a new building.
There's no shortage of debris, but Pun says the group does need more construction workers and equipment.
Organizers say large scale reconstruction projects are largely missing in Haiti, but smaller initiatives are helping the country slowly rebuild after the quake that killed hundreds of thousands of people.