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Apollo Galvanised Steel Garden Incinerator - 90L £12 @ Wickes C&C
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Apollo Galvanised Steel Garden Incinerator - 90L £12 @ Wickes C&C

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Posted 2nd Nov 2018
As above.

Appears to be a good price compared to elsewhere.

£25.40 at Toolstation 👁
toolstation.com/shop/Landscaping/d130/Lawn+%26+Garden+Maintenance/sd3334/Incinerator/p94173

Robust galvanised steel incinerator for easy and effective disposal of garden and other waste

Type: Incinerator
Diameter: 450 mm
Height: 760 mm
Capacity: 90 L
Material: Galvanised Steel
Colour: Silver
Includes: Lid
Years Guaranteed: 1
Brand Name: Wickes
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If you want to annoy the neighbours this is the way to go.
Mr.No02/11/2018 08:13

I use mine a lot, faster than a shredder for destroying letters.


Those tiresome final demands.....
Asking for a friend.
Does this get hot enough destroy all organic materials, structures and contaminants?
Awesome, I'ma gunna use mine in the summer when everyone has their windows open and burn some firbreglass insulation.
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In case anybody wonders if this is a good deal it did quite well last time it was posted..

hotukdeals.com/dea…583
thanks op just ordered one c+c
The sieved wood ash from these makes "Lye", which can be used to improve soil or clean grease and grime.
Edited by: "Roger_Irrelevant" 2nd Nov 2018
These will be a god send during the apocalypse.. thanks op..
I use mine a lot, faster than a shredder for destroying letters.
Asking for a friend.
Does this get hot enough destroy all organic materials, structures and contaminants?
Mr.No02/11/2018 08:13

I use mine a lot, faster than a shredder for destroying letters.


Those tiresome final demands.....
If you want to annoy the neighbours this is the way to go.
Can someone please tell me if these are legal to use in your garden?
£1 off! Christ alive!
killasystems6 m ago

Can someone please tell me if these are legal to use in your garden?


Depends what you’re burning. No body parts
Funny to see that it's still allowed to do open fire in the UK.
Burning 50kg of garden waste in a open fire produce the same amount of PM as using a diesel car for 6000 miles...
Body disposal kit?
albimesc5 m ago

£1 off! Christ alive!


£3 off ( was £15 ) HUKD Mods use the next best price from another deal & retailer as comparison - no idea why and there is no deal on this that was £13.

Still what can yo do
Oneday771 h, 36 m ago

Asking for a friend. Does this get hot enough destroy all organic …Asking for a friend. Does this get hot enough destroy all organic materials, structures and contaminants?


With the correct accelerants it sure will!
Awesome, I'ma gunna use mine in the summer when everyone has their windows open and burn some firbreglass insulation.
8ANNED02/11/2018 10:22

Awesome, I'ma gunna use mine in the summer when everyone has their windows …Awesome, I'ma gunna use mine in the summer when everyone has their windows open and burn some firbreglass insulation.


Does it actually burn or just melt?
Oneday775 m ago

Does it actually burn or just melt?


Depends on whether you douse it in petrol first or not
I wouldn't recommend one of these. The bottom rusts completely through in less than a year.
Oneday7711 m ago

Does it actually burn or just melt?


Esentially, both. You see, it's actually the gases given off that burn, not the material itself. As the fibres heat up, they begin to breakdown and 'gas-off' if there is enough oxygen available, then the gases ignite and this is what produces the flame.
That saving has definitely made my mind up.
Can this still be used in the UK or has it now been banned in back gardens
There are no laws against having a bonfire, but there are laws for the nuisance they can cause.

gov.uk/gar…les
Just as an FYI the design on these and many others have quite low down holes for air. Once it's over half full they tend to burn out really easily due the ashes blocking the vents. Look for versions with more holes up a good deal of the body for a better burn (or drill your own extra ones).

Also for those who are asking about the law (see link below), but simply put if you aren't doing it all the time in a dangerous manner then you should be fine as long as you aren't burning household waste. Basically let your neighbours know when you plan to do it (so they can close windows, plan not to have garden parties) and maybe don't do it when they have their washing out and I am sure they will understand.

Also if you can get the fire nice and hot there should be very little smoke, so avoid burning wet green stuff.

gov.uk/gar…les
No stock near me. Anyone know of a second best deal?
saintagnes2 h, 30 m ago

Those tiresome final demands.....


I just send the "TV Licencing" ones back with a big hairy cock and balls scrawled on.
Mr.No3 h, 59 m ago

I use mine a lot, faster than a shredder for destroying letters.


Hmm... Do you work for the government?
suleyman1 h, 16 m ago

Can this still be used in the UK or has it now been banned in back gardens


Might be able to adapt how you put stuff in it and keep the smoke right down.. or add a longer tube to the top to allow for cooling and add a filter at the top perhaps.
There's only a few places I've he heard of with smoke/fire restrictions (often city areas), you can find out about your area by visiting you local council website. There's less of a reason now to ban house holders from having natural fuel fires in homes now (original bans brought in to reduce house smoke environment probs) Due to the availability of smokeless fuels.
Cheaper than the £42 my council charge extra every year to take away garden waste.
55derek4 h, 0 m ago

If you want to annoy the neighbours this is the way to go.


The perfect antidote to annoying trampolines, jet washers and mowers.
Thanks sacko we live near Wickes cheaper than employing Albanians .
8ANNED02/11/2018 10:22

Awesome, I'ma gunna use mine in the summer when everyone has their windows …Awesome, I'ma gunna use mine in the summer when everyone has their windows open and burn some firbreglass insulation.


Polystyrene is excellent!
scotty_burto2 m ago

Polystyrene is excellent!


Lovely thick black smoke!
Good deal
boiteacourrier02/11/2018 10:00

Funny to see that it's still allowed to do open fire in the UK.Burning …Funny to see that it's still allowed to do open fire in the UK.Burning 50kg of garden waste in a open fire produce the same amount of PM as using a diesel car for 6000 miles...


What is PM?

Also 50kg of garden waste? I wouldn't burn that much in 10 years
Sonny_A29 m ago

What is PM?Also 50kg of garden waste? I wouldn't burn that much in 10 years


I'm guessing Micro Particulate.
PennyTrader2nd Nov

In case anybody wonders if this is a good deal it did quite well last time …In case anybody wonders if this is a good deal it did quite well last time it was posted..https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/apollo-90l-garden-incinerator-15-wickes-cc-3064583


Did it get "hot"?

(Dad joke alert)
I found an old steel bin drilled some holes in it and stood it on some bricks, saved £12.
55derek2nd Nov

If you want to annoy the neighbours this is the way to go.


Defo ..... especially with washing on the line
Thanks. Purchased.
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