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Galvanised Incinerators 80L for £5 or 120L for £8.50 @ Wilko (p&p £5)
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Galvanised Incinerators 80L for £5 or 120L for £8.50 @ Wilko (p&p £5)

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Posted 26th Sep

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Wilko 80L Galvanised Incinerator- £5
p&p £5
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  • 80L capacity
  • Perfect for burning garden and household waste
  • Manufactured from galvanised steel

Safely burn garden waste with our 80L Galvanised Incinerator. Perfect for burning garden and household waste items as well as for destroying confidential documents. And, as it's manufactured from galvanised steel, it's durable against long-lasting heat and perfect for outside use all year around.




Wilko 120L Galvanised Incinerator
- £8.50
p&p £5
3300176.jpgExtra-large size for high-volume burning tasks
Manufactured from galvanised steel
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Heres a thought, take it down the tip for FREE and let them recycle your household waste and use your garden waste for compost at home. Don't spend £10 to ruin the environment
Edited by: "Dano.Hanny" 26th Sep
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Great find,I'm sure I paid about 19.00 for this in wicks.
Heres a thought, take it down the tip for FREE and let them recycle your household waste and use your garden waste for compost at home. Don't spend £10 to ruin the environment
Edited by: "Dano.Hanny" 26th Sep
Dano.Hanny26/09/2019 08:36

Heres a thought, take it down the tip for FREE and let them recycle your …Heres a thought, take it down the tip for FREE and let them recycle your household waste and use your garden waste for compost at home. Don't spend £10 to ruin the environment


I came here to say this
Dano.Hanny26/09/2019 08:36

Heres a thought, take it down the tip for FREE and let them recycle your …Heres a thought, take it down the tip for FREE and let them recycle your household waste and use your garden waste for compost at home. Don't spend £10 to ruin the environment


Hope you take it down the tip in a wheelbarrow, don't use your car etc as that does the environment no good either!
Seriously, don't see why more people don't at least compost garden waste.
120lt out of stock
compadre26/09/2019 09:02

Hope you take it down the tip in a wheelbarrow, don't use your car etc as …Hope you take it down the tip in a wheelbarrow, don't use your car etc as that does the environment no good either!Seriously, don't see why more people don't at least compost garden waste.


Take it down in the EV
Mr_Gus26/09/2019 10:22

Take it down in the EV


Great idea! Where does that electricity come from?
compadre26/09/2019 09:02

Hope you take it down the tip in a wheelbarrow, don't use your car etc as …Hope you take it down the tip in a wheelbarrow, don't use your car etc as that does the environment no good either!Seriously, don't see why more people don't at least compost garden waste.


Or take it to the tip next time you are passing in the car rather than make a special trip...
compadre26/09/2019 11:00

Great idea! Where does that electricity come from?


Nuclear power
compadre26/09/2019 11:00

Great idea! Where does that electricity come from?


My green tariff & my M.F'ing solar panels, big array on a southern orientation, more going up to catch afternoon sun (& considering that if you are in close proximity to big wind turbines thats pretty much where your electricity feed would come from a lot more folk than they think are already running via renewables in the main!

Deal with it & stop dragging your knuckles daily mail reading man!
Edited by: "Mr_Gus" 26th Sep
Mr_Gus26/09/2019 11:33

My green tariff & my M.F'ing solar panels, big array on a southern …My green tariff & my M.F'ing solar panels, big array on a southern orientation, more going up to catch afternoon sun (& considering that if you are in close proximity to big wind turbines thats pretty much where your electricity feed would come from a lot more folk than they think are already running via renewables in the main!Deal with it & stop dragging your knuckles daily mail reading man!


Angry man! if anyone's a daily mail/sun reader it must be yourself. It all goes into the national grid, it's hardly sorted out for every consumer. More EVs more demand more production from gas etc.
On another note, my original post was light hearted, if you need to respond like this do it somewhere else.
Nope, your reply was pompous, look at the fact that with the written word it is flat words, therefore no context beyond what appears to be a jibe, ..do better!

You know much about how the grid works in terms of stable supply & losses? It's not like the energy goes to a central location & is bundled off to where it's needed thereafter

Whilst / whether you are "quietly trolling" or not do your homework, ..you might want to start with UK nuclear price per megawatt hour vs the latest auction for renewables via wind...All of which we are paying for, ...wind is great to add to the mix ..how much is the latest over run on the non working new UK nuclear reactor? ..you like being chained to the flammenville model of junk before it even starts build? ..overrun of an estimated £2.9 BILLION, (& rising)

Also look into how much energy is required just to process oil into fuel once it reaches these shores, ..then think again about electric vehicles in the mix, especially as the majority will be charged at night when demand is lowest.

When it comes to import vs export of energy used at a local level of you live near a bunch of commercial wind turbines like we do then the energy from that array will feed into the local grid stability (minimising losses) thus whether on a renewable tariff or not the energy will be renewable via local source in the simple sense of things as long as demand does not tilt beyond output.

That's pretty basic understanding & common knowledge of not trying to simply quash what is clearly beneficial to all compared to other sources, unless in possession of a closed mind & a bad attitude.
Try using more than jibes next time to get answers. Thanks 😳
Mr_Gus26/09/2019 12:42

Nope, your reply was pompous, look at the fact that with the written word …Nope, your reply was pompous, look at the fact that with the written word it is flat words, therefore no context beyond what appears to be a jibe, ..do better!You know much about how the grid works in terms of stable supply & losses? It's not like the energy goes to a central location & is bundled off to where it's needed thereafterWhilst / whether you are "quietly trolling" or not do your homework, ..you might want to start with UK nuclear price per megawatt hour vs the latest auction for renewables via wind...All of which we are paying for, ...wind is great to add to the mix ..how much is the latest over run on the non working new UK nuclear reactor? ..you like being chained to the flammenville model of junk before it even starts build? ..overrun of an estimated £2.9 BILLION, (& rising)Also look into how much energy is required just to process oil into fuel once it reaches these shores, ..then think again about electric vehicles in the mix, especially as the majority will be charged at night when demand is lowest.When it comes to import vs export of energy used at a local level of you live near a bunch of commercial wind turbines like we do then the energy from that array will feed into the local grid stability (minimising losses) thus whether on a renewable tariff or not the energy will be renewable via local source in the simple sense of things as long as demand does not tilt beyond output.That's pretty basic understanding & common knowledge of not trying to simply quash what is clearly beneficial to all compared to other sources, unless in possession of a closed mind & a bad attitude.Try using more than jibes next time to get answers. Thanks 😳


The one who used jibes initially was you. This was a discussion about incinerators, no need to get nasty, and accuse me of reading the dm!
compadre26/09/2019 12:52

The one who used jibes initially was you. This was a discussion about …The one who used jibes initially was you. This was a discussion about incinerators, no need to get nasty, and accuse me of reading the dm!


I suggest you re-read the thread from the beginning & see at which point you kicked off with the whole Tip thing.

Many folk don't have the knowledge to compost (& think placing weeds in a plastic moulding is enough to "compost" , or don't have the facility / desire to learn, nor the space, the premise being that councils offer the service to ensure it is properly recycled & minimal landfill as a consequence, (regardless of whether they do or not) trips t the tip save the cruddy business of flytipping to a greater degree, & the expensive reporting / removal (if not on private land) by council services, ..ie it travels once by whatever means (ice/ diesel) to a local tip is better than years of leachate in a watercourse.

Even better to take it by EV & reduce the carbon footprint.
Better to have that source renewable, even better if the losses are minimised by being straight off your roof, into your car for what might be 60% of your annual driving needs & way less demand on the grid via micro production.
The big one is £9.99 in Aldi at the minute. I was going to purchase one today but only had a basket and didn’t fancy lugging it around with me.
BadMF26/09/2019 13:20

The big one is £9.99 in Aldi at the minute. I was going to purchase one …The big one is £9.99 in Aldi at the minute. I was going to purchase one today but only had a basket and didn’t fancy lugging it around with me.


Just be aware these need covering when cold, the atypically thin pressed & cold galved steel is under pressure via burning cycles, you may want to elevate the burn material off the floor a bit so it doesn't burn through the base prematurely.
Also DO run out the next morning & place a cover on the COLD unit, or else that will help rot through a lot faster!
They’re a tenner a pop. I see them as single use items.
Sjws all over a thread about a rubbish burner... jesus christ 2019 is aids
compadre26/09/2019 09:02

Hope you take it down the tip in a wheelbarrow, don't use your car etc as …Hope you take it down the tip in a wheelbarrow, don't use your car etc as that does the environment no good either!Seriously, don't see why more people don't at least compost garden waste.


Do really you think that driving to the tip causes more air pollution than burning at least a bin full of organic waste?
BraddersJ26/09/2019 15:34

Do really you think that driving to the tip causes more air pollution than …Do really you think that driving to the tip causes more air pollution than burning at least a bin full of organic waste?


It was meant as a light comment, hence the exclamation mark. But hey, take it there, if it's anything like here you can sit in a queue for ages.
These tin can incinerators are useless.
Get an old fruit juice drum - goes up like a rocket with no smoke.
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