Bonehead wrote:I dump it loose in a few large trash cans. Trash man hauls it away every week.
Heh... nuclear cloud when he dumps them in the back of the truck.
Sure stops them from picking through our trash being nosy!
Coal Jockey wrote:I've been using them as driveway "sand". Excess has just been added to the manure pile..
I'm into coal home delivery, and have a stated policy of taking back the coal ash for a ten dollar yearly fee; the customer must cool the ashes and then rebag them in the coal bags and I'll take them away when I do their deliveries. No Nails or Rubbish!! I hope to build a small screener to salvage the unburnt/partly burnt coals and then do as others have suggested in adding the ash to potholes in my farm lanes. I also thought I might try mixing a trial batch of concrete (wheelbarrow full) and incorporating coal ash as part of the sand percentage...
AAAAAY!!! wadda youse talkin about, we don't talk about that stuff around here. Besides Christopher don't put it in da trash he just cuts it up and mixes it with the other bones behind Satrials'. FogettaboutitJerseyCoal wrote:Here in New Jersey, a state well known for political corruption as well as mob influence in the waste management business, my sanitation crew has advised me as follows: "We'll take anything, as long as it's in a black plastic bag. Even dead bodies!"