Glass/secondary glazing unit disposal

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Footfruit
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Glass/secondary glazing unit disposal

Postby Footfruit » Mon 26 Jan, 2015 3:55 pm

Does anyone have any ideas of who might safely and responsibly collect and dispose of large glass items? We have 3 sash window sized secondary glazing units which we need to dispose of. The council does not dispose of glass, and we have (unsuccessfully) tried freecycle. Thank you!

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Darcy Sarto
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Re: Glass/secondary glazing unit disposal

Postby Darcy Sarto » Tue 27 Jan, 2015 1:34 am

Coldframe?

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Footfruit
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Re: Glass/secondary glazing unit disposal

Postby Footfruit » Wed 28 Jan, 2015 2:51 pm

Darcy Sarto wrote:Coldframe?


Yes, would be good for that but in a bigger garden than ours, or indeed in an allotment.

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Re: Glass/secondary glazing unit disposal

Postby Golden » Thu 29 Jan, 2015 10:23 am

There are notice boards at the allotment sites - it may be worth printing up some signs and pinning them up.

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Re: Glass/secondary glazing unit disposal

Postby Footfruit » Thu 29 Jan, 2015 2:37 pm

Golden wrote:There are notice boards at the allotment sites - it may be worth printing up some signs and pinning them up.


Thanks Golden, good idea, definitely worth a try.


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