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I am trying to find out where I can buy a 40 gal burn drum from.. No not the small burn bins. There were plenty of these being sold last year and advertised in The Star. Now it is difficult to get them already holed and ready for use. Can anyone help.

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Haven't you already posted this thread? I replied to you and one other person did too.

 

 

http://www.sheffieldforum.co.uk/showthread.php?t=827300

 

 

A good quality reconditioned drum will be around £20+VAT if you collect it. Its not legal to accept a used empty drum from a business as its classed as waste. It will not be classed as waste if it is going to be used as a drum to store something in again. An incinerator does not fit this criteria.

Edited by Chez2
link to previous thread, same subject

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I had a response from a guy in Ecclesfield. I paid for a trailer to collect. But despite asking a police officer we could not find the house. The number did not seem to exist. Sorry re your response chez. I did contact them. They did not have any 45 gal drums..

Edited by wodger

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The reason for reposting on genera; discussions was to get a wider response. These are used by many people not just gardeners. Hence I thought someone that may work with them may get in touch with me

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I had a response from a guy in Ecclesfield. I paid for a trailer to collect. But despite asking a police officer we could not find the house. The number did not seem to exist. Sorry re your response chez. I did contact them. They did not have any 45 gal drums..

 

wodger your statement is not true. Sheffield tanks and drums do recondition and sell drums of all sizes and a 45 gallon/205L drum is the most popular. This is all they do for a living so why wouldn't they have any? Perhaps you are getting confused with what you are really after?

 

Link to website so you can see what a 45 gallon/205L drum looks like.

 

http://www.tankanddrum.co.uk/

 

Lots of people work with drums but they are classed as waste and should onky go to licenced, permitted or exempt sites otherwise you are both breaking the law.

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You are correct chez2. I have had to rely upon a friend of mine chasing this up. Maybe getting a little confused with age. Thanks very much, I have arranged to get one Friday, Again thanks for correcting me.

 

Anthony

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helloo me got ten for sale £10 EACH OR HOLED AND TOP CUT OF £20 07432420757

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