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Topic # 115571 30-Mar-2013 17:56
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Building a small retaining wall and I'm looking for some dirt to backfill it with. So if you've got some excess, PM away! (Did debate if this would be better here or in Offers and Wanted - if some mod prefers, feel free to move it away)

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  Reply # 789706 30-Mar-2013 18:52
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If you are prepared to dig it up then I have heaps ;)




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  Reply # 789906 31-Mar-2013 13:35
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Thanks - I may well be prepared to do so. I think I have some lined up with a digger onsite to load to a trailer :-)

Where in Ak are you? Central, North, South, East, West?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 789912 31-Mar-2013 13:58
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Beach haven. Not very much there and there are some pretty large lumps of concrete in with it.

Will me more in a month or so when I have cut back some more of the driveway to make access easier




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  Reply # 790065 31-Mar-2013 22:13
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I had lots a month ago. Still have about a trailer load or two of clay, but you will have to dig and it is hard. PM me if interested, Pakuranga and very easy access as it is right next to my wide concrete driveway.

www.abernethycontractors.co.nz
Another option is this company who sells road millings (great for driveways) and a cheap $10 per cubic meter topsoil and horse manure mix (you will have flies for a while, but great for the lawn).




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