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Holy Crap.....................

That's the only words i have right now. More pics to follow tomorrow i nthe daylight. Too dark and the camera was dead tonight......
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At $8-10/gallon, you could take the rest of the month off after one. Of course it would take the rest of the month to fill all that with oil dry or kitty litter.

I hate the places tires. I don't know why, but tires are the biggest downer for me.......



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At $8-10/gallon, you could take the rest of the month off after one. Of course it would take the rest of the month to fill all that with oil dry or kitty litter.

I hate the places tires. I don't know why, but tires are the biggest downer for me.......

Helping a buddy out with a Screwguard W/O. Those SOB's quit paying for paint. Gotta do it by the Cu. Yd.!! Tires are ok. I get rid of them for $2 each......
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i know a few landlords that do that to properties that have been condemned that they own. It becomes a drop site for all the paint, oil, tires, couches, etc. Then eventually they give it back to the bank. I can think of at least 2 properties that have literally been converted to landfills becauae one guy refuses to pay landfill fees. When we do trash outs he simply has us dump there. I'll wager one house has over 200 cubic yards in it...
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One day a year in May the city takes tires for free.
I've already hauled around 80 at a time in there.

Professionals are people who can do their job when they don't feel like it.
Amateurs are people that can't do their job even when they do feel like it.
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That's the only words i have right now. More pics to follow tomorrow i nthe daylight. Too dark and the camera was dead tonight......
A few gallons of gas and 3 matches ought to do the job. Since when did SG stop paying for paint?
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A few gallons of gas and 3 matches ought to do the job. Since when did SG stop paying for paint?

Last 2 years or so........count as cubic yard, yike!
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Helping a buddy out with a Screwguard W/O. Those SOB's quit paying for paint. Gotta do it by the Cu. Yd.!! Tires are ok. I get rid of them for $2 each......
I don't have any "buddies" around here that I would help out by doing that by the CYD. Tires are ~ $7 to get rid of, but you can get a bulk rate for larger quantities with the rims removed. As far as paint, no such luck. Everything has to be filled with an absorbent like oil dry or kitty litter before I can dispose of it. I'll do a couple old gallons in a CYD price but something like that is $8 per gallon no discount and $10 per gallon before discount. Otherwise, find some other sucker to deal with it. I won't go broke dealing with paint........



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Just an off the cuff but where looking at 1,500 to 2,000 gallons of paint and 100+ tires, 2 single wids hooked together full of chit and falling apart and numerous other debris. The main house surprisingly is decent with maybe 20 yards in it.......
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I don't have any "buddies" around here that I would help out by doing that by the CYD. Tires are ~ $7 to get rid of, but you can get a bulk rate for larger quantities with the rims removed. As far as paint, no such luck. Everything has to be filled with an absorbent like oil dry or kitty litter before I can dispose of it. I'll do a couple old gallons in a CYD price but something like that is $8 per gallon no discount and $10 per gallon before discount. Otherwise, find some other sucker to deal with it. I won't go broke dealing with paint........


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