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I have about 25 each, 20 gallon plastic drums. I would rather see them recycled than go to the Landfill.

Free - You pick'em up.Located on Pensacola Beach. Thanks, Clay 232-2435.
 

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What did they contain? Are they like mini 55 gal drums or cubed? I believe we would be interested in them as long as they arent contaminated with something toxic or that would react to something we would fill them with.
 

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I'll take a couple if they would be suitable to hold water. (not necessarily drinking water) but washing water. What did they have in them ? Thanks.
 

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Theyoriginally contained an algacide used for cleaning HVAC equipment. The algacide is allowed/safe enough for the sanitary sewer so its notoverly-toxic. Several of our employees have used them for gas with no problems noted.

Call me at 232-2435 if interested. 1st come 1st served (I've had lots of calls). Thanks, Clay
 

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So far:

MGuns - 5

Welldoya - 2

danthemanx07 - 3

hellerhighwater - 2

atlantacapt - 4

sailfish - 4

bill (phone call) - 5

Have 2 more
 

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If you guys could go ahead and make plans to dump these on the first weedline that forms between the Nipple anddouble nipple a couple of days before I get to the weedline...that would be great. Thanks.
 

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Hey - Some of you guys did not pick-up your drums. Please shoot me a PM stating your intentions. Otherwise, I will pass the opportunity on to others. Thank you,
 
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