Going price for anthracite nut coal

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Going price for anthracite nut coal

PostBy: jeb2235 On: Sun Dec 06, 2009 10:55 am

Hello Can somebody help me with the pricing of anthracite nut coal bulk and bagged so I am not paying too much. I am close to Pittsburgh PA. Thanks
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Re: Going price for anthracite nut coal

PostBy: Ashcat On: Sun Dec 06, 2009 9:17 pm

Welcome jeb2235! Since no one has responded so far, I'll attempt a guess. Distance from hard coal country (NEPA) is the single biggest factor in the price. My WAG would be that somewhere between $225 to $275 per ton bulk wouldn't surprise me where you are. Bagged, I'd guess $275-300. Others may have a different sense of this.
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Re: Going price for anthracite nut coal

PostBy: brckwlt On: Sun Dec 06, 2009 9:26 pm

i found this when i googled coal in pittsburgh pa

http://www.coalhillminingcompany.com/index.html

maybe the have bagged coal i dont know. they did say the have anthracite in many sizes.

do you have a local hardware store that might sell coal?
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