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Hi there, I am looking to dispose of sawdust created from cross-cutting softwood in my Japa 300. In terms of volume I now have half or even maybe a whole transit van full. It is very clean having been swept from a sealed floor inside a barn but will obviously have a very small amount of chain oil in it. It is currently bagged in large thick plastic sacks, which ideally I would like to keep hold of or at least have returned to me.


The cost: FREE to anyone willing to collect assuming I get the bags back or a small contribution so I can buy more sacks.


Location: Near Outwood, Surrey (RH6).


Let me know if you are interested. Cheers.

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Most of us have sawdust to dispose of, I burn mine. Others sell it to pet shops, some give to to their landowner for use as animal bedding. I would be very surprised if anyone here wants it unless they have a small scale pelleting machine.



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