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Topic # 129217 7-Sep-2013 16:33
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I've got a big pile of broken up concrete I need to get rid of. It'll cost a fortune to take to the tip and they wont take it in the inorganic rubbish. The concrete is old broken up garden edging and broken left overs from a concrete compost bin.

Anyone need some clean fill? or know of somebody who does?

Preferably in the South Auckland / Counties Manukau area.

Alternatively, any good ideas for getting rid of a large amount of concrete legally?

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  Reply # 891359 7-Sep-2013 16:41
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We had similar, but no way to get rid of it, so we put it on Trade Me for 50c buy now, and it sold. 


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  Reply # 891430 7-Sep-2013 19:14
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I'm going to have about 25 tonnes of it in Chch. Free to good home. $50 / tonne to dump at Council depot.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 891494 7-Sep-2013 23:01
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Fred99: I'm going to have about 25 tonnes of it in Chch. Free to good home. $50 / tonne to dump at Council depot.


You'd have thought there would be no shortage of places to use that material in Chch just now, wouldn't you?!





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  Reply # 891519 8-Sep-2013 01:09
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Geektastic:
Fred99: I'm going to have about 25 tonnes of it in Chch. Free to good home. $50 / tonne to dump at Council depot.


You'd have thought there would be no shortage of places to use that material in Chch just now, wouldn't you?!


There's fill for africa all over Chch though.




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