Disposing of fence panels

Discussion in 'Just Talk' started by peter palmer, Apr 28, 2019.

  1. Hans_25

    Hans_25 Screwfix Select

    If you are thinking of taking them down the tip, you might want to get a lick on. My local tip will be charging for disposing of wood from next month. They already charge for "building waste" like bricks and plasterboard.
     
  2. Wayners

    Wayners Screwfix Select

    I think with disposal is to move it once. Made that's mistake many years ago with some soil I dug for path. Barrowed to the back of house to store then moved again to a skip out front. Was over a ton so ended up moving 3+ ton. With bulky waste just move it once.
     
  3. Harry Stottle

    Harry Stottle Screwfix Select

    Mate of mine, a farmer, was fed up with fly tipping on his private track leading to a field, so he put a lock and chain across the gate. A few weeks later a council jobsworth made him take it off saying it's a public right of way. Mate knew it wasn't but complied and a few days later, more fly tipping. Mate phoned the council to get them to clear it, they refused saying it's private land, Mate said yes, but your man said it's a public right of way. Council said OK and cleared it.
     
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  4. chippie244

    chippie244 Super Member

    That didn't happen.
     
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  5. wiggy

    wiggy Screwfix Select

    Pile them up on top of each other and set them alight, it will be over in half an hour
     
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  6. peter palmer

    peter palmer Super Member

    Finished cutting them now, either how long do you think it will take to burn it all with an incinerator (B&Q do a 120 litre one for £30) or alternatively, what size skip do you think it will all go in?

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  7. goldenboy

    goldenboy Super Member

    Gumtree is full of empty 50 gallon drums for next to nothing.

    That is by far the best thing to burn them.

    Would last for decades.
     
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  8. peter palmer

    peter palmer Super Member

    Managed to take them to the tip in the end, 2 journeys Saturday an 2 on Sunday, all in the boot of a saloon car. 2 hours of my time, about £5 in diesel, no scratches to the car, no splinters and no nails stood on, I'd call that a result.
     
  9. bigdan2019

    bigdan2019 Member

    Invest in roof rack for the car and transport that way
     
  10. chippie244

    chippie244 Super Member

    He's already got rid of them.
     
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  11. peter palmer

    peter palmer Super Member

    And roof racks won't go under the barrier at the tip, my dad tried that in the 70s with a washing machine on the roof. Can't believe its 40 years since tip nazis and barriers sprung up. Maybe I am out of touch.
     

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