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Jan 4, 2014
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soil garbage

hi, just finished my backyard patio slabs installing.
i have 30 bags of soil garbage now.
how to get rid of it for free?
where can i dump it for free?
thanks
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Jul 6, 2005
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1) load car with garbage soil
2) drive out to country side road in middle of night
3) turn all car lights off
4) unload garbage soil on side of road
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5) Profit!
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May 4, 2014
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Repooc wrote: 1) load car with garbage soil
2) drive out to country side road in middle of night
3) turn all car lights off
4) unload garbage soil on side of road
.
.
.
5) Profit!
1) load car with garbage soil
2) drive out to Repooc's house
3) turn all car lights off
4) unload garbage soil on driveway
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5) karma!
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Aug 3, 2016
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ddash80 wrote: hi, just finished my backyard patio slabs installing.
i have 30 bags of soil garbage now.
how to get rid of it for free?
where can i dump it for free?
thanks
Use it around flower beds and trees. Also use it as top soil for your lawn. It evens out and becomes compost and part of your existing soil pretty quickly. The grass, sod, roots in that soil dry up and become mulcl pretty quickly.

I just spread mine evenly on my lawn and then ran my lawn mower over it a few times tos shred it ..lol. It became almost like top soil. Didn't have to spend money buying top soil bags this year.

Or give a FREE ad on Kijiji for soil. You never know, some gardner or someone who needs it for some project. They must pick it up and load themselves. You won't help them or pay them for that, make that clear in the ad.

Or 3-4 bags at a time go and dump it in valleys, ravines, sides of the road , behind trees etc, its part of nature anyways, its not like you are dumping plastic, garbage or industrial waste. Don't go out of the way to do this, don't waste gas. Just do it when you are going out anyways to work, grocery store etc. It will eventually all compost, get even in rain, snow etc :)

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