Is old, used cork worth saving?

Question by trainboy765: Is old, used cork worth saving?
I have a significant amount of cork from two previous model railroads I had. Some of it is about 15 years old, the rest is around 30. Both have been sitting in boxes for about the past 5 years and will probably stay in boxes for at least another 5 to 10.

Is this stuff at all worth saving, or should I just throw it out and buy new cork when I go to make my next layout?

Best answer:

Answer by Lissy
DO NOT THROW it out….RECYCLE IT!

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