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Incinerator available at Aldi from 10th April for £17.99

£17.99 @ ALDI
Recycle and dispose of your garden waste easily Made from durable, weatherproof galvanised steel Capacity: 85 litres Dimensions approx.: 76 x 55cm (H x D) Read More
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Recycle and dispose of your garden waste easily
Made from durable, weatherproof galvanised steel
Capacity: 85 litres
Dimensions approx.: 76 x 55cm (H x D)
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1 Like #1
what happened to recycling garden waste?
#2
You obviously like burning things
#3
jacksprout
what happened to recycling garden waste?

In this day & age there in NO need to burn garden waste, recycling is more easier than ever and also much more cost effective in this case!
2 Likes #4
Nash
jacksprout
what happened to recycling garden waste?


In this day & age there in NO need to burn garden waste, recycling is more easier than ever and also much more cost effective in this case!


Some councils are charging £2.00 a visit for cars to council dumps, expect more councils to follow
#5
Have one the galv soon burns off and bin rusts.

Edited By: Flynn Jack on Apr 07, 2011 21:14
#6
been using one of these last coupel of weeks it really speeds up the garden clearence work. yes I can recycle but that doesn't work on a large scale.
7 Likes #7
Depends on how close you live to a tip, consider your fuel pollution getting there, the fuel of the Jcb they play needlessly with all day, the lorries then doing a 60 mile round trip to dump it in landfill, the countless machines then ploughing it into landfill. the need for Re-cycling is a myth councils have made up in order for them to make even more money.

Burn burn burn voted hot and i will buy ;-)
banned 1 Like #8
smashed a few wooden items up this week, got them ready to burn, sure as hell wont be trying to recycle it all

we use an old oil drum and several wood burners for the smaller pieces but this looks better than the old drum, will pick one up if i'm near an aldi

lets warm this planet up to the max
banned 3 Likes #9
plenty of upset neighbours when the smoke starts churning out , sooner the government stops domestic bonfires the better, why is there one rule for us businesses and another for bored people
#10
can't be assed researching but fire brigade told me its against da law to burn stuff - namely big grasses in spring down on da plot..

still burn confidential stuff in the back garden rather than shred it.
#11
The wheelie bin in my house overfills and bin men refuse to take that doesn't fit in, causing a pile up (5 guys, 4 girlfriends + one normal size wheelie = lots of rubbish). Although it saves money when feeding my pet rats I bought one of these last week for £19.99 at wilko's. IT IS AMAZING! All our excess rubbish is now gone.
#12
Burn baby Burn !!!!!!
banned 1 Like #13
ragejefa
The wheelie bin in my house overfills and bin men refuse to take that doesn't fit in, causing a pile up (5 guys, 4 girlfriends + one normal size wheelie = lots of rubbish). Although it saves money when feeding my pet rats I bought one of these last week for £19.99 at wilko's. IT IS AMAZING! All our excess rubbish is now gone.

wrong

5 guys, 4 girlfriends + one normal size wheelie = one awesome cam4 show
1 Like #14
Luke
ragejefa
The wheelie bin in my house overfills and bin men refuse to take that doesn't fit in, causing a pile up (5 guys, 4 girlfriends + one normal size wheelie = lots of rubbish). Although it saves money when feeding my pet rats I bought one of these last week for £19.99 at wilko's. IT IS AMAZING! All our excess rubbish is now gone.
wrong

5 guys, 4 girlfriends + one normal size wheelie = one awesome cam4 show

Luke
ragejefa
The wheelie bin in my house overfills and bin men refuse to take that doesn't fit in, causing a pile up (5 guys, 4 girlfriends + one normal size wheelie = lots of rubbish). Although it saves money when feeding my pet rats I bought one of these last week for £19.99 at wilko's. IT IS AMAZING! All our excess rubbish is now gone.
wrong

5 guys, 4 girlfriends + one normal size wheelie = one awesome cam4 show
you just found my new favourite website for me, thank you sir
#15
IT IS AMAZING! All our excess rubbish is now gone.


This is a case in point. The problem is some people are stupid beyond belief and burn anything in them, household rubbish including plastic, fence panels, decking, old furniture - wood that has been treated in really nasty stuff chromium and all sorts of highly poisionous chemicals. Once burned the nasty chemicals are gasified and easily absorbed really can be very posionous indeed.

But some people wont be told , have little or no common sense and give no thought or care for what they are doing. Its a shame as there is a place for these,
wood from trees or shurbs that is not readily composted and wont fit in your green recycle bin for example. It will be something else that ends up getting made illegal due to the idiots that just burn anything in them of which there are clearly a few on here.



Edited By: alera on Apr 07, 2011 23:59
#16
I run 3 at a time, use them to heat water for my 20 jigawatt turbine, a bit noisy, but enough to power my 50" plasma I got off HUKD. Should have gone with an LCD as they use less power, that'll teach me for impuse buying.
1 Like #17
Recycling pah, everyone burn whatever you can find......the sooner we get that ozone layer to open a bit wider the warmer the weather in this country will be and the happier I'll be :p

Burn baby burn, disco inferno........Lobster'itis here I come oO
#18
can you put people in these?
#19
thanks for posting.. need one of these as the garden needs a clear out :)

Anyone reccomend what to use for iginiting? firelighters?

Thanks in advance

Edited By: Gomezie on Apr 08, 2011 01:29
#20
Gomezie
thanks for posting.. need one of these as the garden needs a clear out :)

Anyone reccomend what to use for iginiting? firelighters?

Thanks in advance

Petrol lol
#21
Anyone reccomend what to use for iginiting? firelighters?

A match or a lighter usually does the trick!
#22
Need one of these, thanks OP. As for igniting it, i suppose one can always use BBQ lighting blocks to make things easier!?
#23
Grr just did a BIG garden clearout - which included filling a skip and had to pay £33 for one of these.

Its the sort of thing you'll use once a year - so cheaper the better. I only used it to burn wood from the garden rather than bulk up a skip that ended up full of soil anyway. They have their place.

As for using them - its "polite" to check no one has washing out and usually after 18:00. But the law states you can use them anytime you want. Only time (even with complaints) it can be an issue or taken further is if you burn items ie plastics you shouldn't or if it is regular practise.
#24
Excellant.
If these used properly and with with some common sense. I cant see why they are a problem.
I got one and we used it after 7pm. When no one got their washing out.
1 Like #25
Oh I have just realised that this is what our neighbour has, we always joke that they are disposing of the bodies...
#26
simile
Oh I have just realised that this is what our neighbour has, we always joke that they are disposing of the bodies...

what you mean is they dont have a patio to dig up
#27
Passionpantz
Gomezie
thanks for posting.. need one of these as the garden needs a clear out :)

Anyone reccomend what to use for iginiting? firelighters?

Thanks in advance


Petrol lol

Diesel if you dont want to blow your face off :P

OP clearly needs this to dispose of the zombies.
#28
Does anyone know if this would be good for burning piles of paper/bills etc?
#29
This is an awesome price B&Q etc want £35 plus for this.
2 Likes #30
Wolfylee
Does anyone know if this would be good for burning piles of paper/bills etc?


Hmmn, let me think.......Paper and fire? Not too sure that would do it tbh.......Maybe need something with a bit more ooomph.......(_;)
#31
It's cheaper than the £36 Gloucester now charge for taking away the green garden waste bins.

Rob.
#32
Sarcastic b**tards!

Just want to avoid taking me eyebrows off :)

Edited By: Gomezie on Apr 10, 2011 01:12

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