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Asbestos Siding Disposal

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I am getting rid of asbestos shingles in Toms River NJ Ocean county I need someone to share the cost . The Ocean county Landfill charges $150.00 to get rid of a 3 cubic ft pile I have about half of that ..

 

anyone interested let me know

 

Thanks

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If it is 3 cubic feet then I would place it in a plastic bag and then into a box for pickup in your weekly trash.

 

If you have 3 cubic yards, it will take you many boxes to do the disposal.

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I agree

View PostIf it is 3 cubic feet then I would place it in a plastic bag and then into a box for pickup in your weekly trash.

 

If you have 3 cubic yards, it will take you many boxes to do the disposal.

 

 

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View PostWe will hold ya to that when it comes time to fertilize the sod...biggrin.gif

 

Fertilizing a lawn is very different that illegally dumping toxic material.

 

When I renovated my house I went throught the trouble and expense to do it correctly. Used the special asbestos bags at a $100 a box, boxed the material, gooseneck and tape the bags shut, then paid to dump them legally.

 

Pisses me off when people suggest to do it illegally, especially on a fishing site, where the meer mention of an empty bag of clams on a jetty brings people to war.

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View PostFertilizing a lawn is very different that illegally dumping toxic material.

 

 

 

How do you figure being you live close to the headwaters of teh Navesink River? cwm13.gif If i had to dispose of a bag or two i would have no troble sleeping at night if it went out wit teh regular trash..

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Mike,

 

When I lived in Michigan it was legal if it was non-friable which I'm sure it is. I just put a bit out for three weeks and it was gone. Couldn't put insulation etc. in the trash but siding was fine. This had to be waste not produced by a contractor also. Check the state laws in Jersey to find out.

 

Cabo

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The old man had his whole house stripped of asbestos siding. The contractor just bundled it up with some string and put it out with the trash; totally legal where he is (or at least it was at the time).

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I am trying to save some money(Laid off for 18 months)

I am hoping some one in OC can benefit from my sharing the load, otherwise I'll have to bite the bullet....

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