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Anyone willing to take up this wonderful offer?

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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
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#1
http://i39.tinypic.com/2rcvkap.jpg

from FreeCycle :)
[mod]#2
OMG .... lol
#3
lol....
banned#4
Emailed him this link, lets hope he joins us :-D
#5
Predikuesi
http://i39.tinypic.com/2rcvkap.jpg

from FreeCycle :)


How much ??? :thumbsup:
#6
Maybe he's a very generous professional chappie, offering his qualified asbestos removal services to someone with a very specific sized requirement?
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Penny Saver
Maybe he's a very generous professional chappie, offering his qualified asbestos removal services to someone with a very specific sized requirement?


Ha ha :thumbsup:
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Penny Saver
Maybe he's a very generous professional chappie, offering his qualified asbestos removal services to someone with a very specific sized requirement?


Ha, ha, ha. A very niche market!

"Got a 19ft shed needs removing mate! "

"Sorry sir, only 18ft removals here"
#9
RickT;8362775
How much ??? :thumbsup:


The fact its on FREEcycle gives a clue to the cost:thumbsup: www.freecycle.org

I wouldnt have allowed that through on my group, to handle and remove one of these you need to be a licenced contractor.
#10
harlzter


I wouldnt have allowed that through on my group, to handle and remove one of these you need to be a licenced contractor.


Not really. This is very low risk (assuming this is the concrete variation) ACM (asbestos containing material) and as such most local authorities allow the public to take it to their civic amenity sites - providing they have a skip that allows on ACM.
#11
moob;8363208
Not really. This is very low risk (assuming this is the concrete variation) ACM (asbestos containing material) and as such most local authorities allow the public to take it to their civic amenity sites - providing they have a skip that allows on ACM.

Ours allows one small rubble bag, it also has to be triple bagged
#12
harlzter
Ours allows one small rubble bag, it also has to be triple bagged


Thats well tight. We'd take the whole shed if there was room in the container.

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