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VocalNeal    1,437
47 minutes ago, Eff1n2ret said:

In the Banchang area is there an official site where you can take a bulk load of garden refuse? 

 

Get a 40 gal oil drum fill with garden waste put a grill on top. Light it and put two hot dogs on top. If anyone asks, its a barbecue 

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overherebc    4,285
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3 hours ago, VocalNeal said:

 

Get a 40 gal oil drum fill with garden waste put a grill on top. Light it and put two hot dogs on top. If anyone asks, its a barbecue 

Even better put a few wild possibly rabid soi dogs on and call it a public service.

In all honesty an oil drum with air holes in the sides wil probably burn thing faster with much less smoke than a pile on the ground that smoulders for hours kicking off all the smoke.

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overherebc    4,285
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On 2017-6-24 at 10:42 AM, Eff1n2ret said:

In the Banchang area is there an official site where you can take a bulk load of garden refuse? 

Sorry to inform that the one area that was being used is now fenced off.

We just fill black bags and drive around the area with the pick up and put them in the blue bins where we can.

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Eff1n2ret    465
1 hour ago, overherebc said:

Sorry to inform that the one area that was being used is now fenced off.

We just fill black bags and drive around the area with the pick up and put them in the blue bins where we can.

Yes, there was a place at the back of the amphur at Payoon, near a football pitch, where the council lorries used to dump green waste, and we were told it was ok to take ours there - but it was fenced off some time ago. I've told the missis I'm not prepared to dump it in the lanes and suggested that she ask the bin men again if there's somewhere else. However, she just lets it pile up and when her son comes to visit she makes him take it away, doubtless it's dumped at the side of a road somewhere.

I do shred and compost some of it along with kitchen waste, but have limited capacity for that, and palm leaves in particular are a devil to shred because they have long stringy fibres which jam up the shredder.

I would willingly pay if there was an official site.

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Eff1n2ret    465

For once I am able to answer my own question. For the benefit of anyone who needs it, there is a site where you can dump bulk rubbish with a clear conscience.

If you go down the Payoon road from Banchang, turn right at the Nara Villas/Anabanrakpasa School junction and then first right again within 50 metres, wind through a small village and going up an incline there is an overgrown pond on the left. You can dump there. It's mostly green waste, but there is the odd settee and bits of builder's rubble. I understand that the owners want to fill in the pond.

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LennyW    4,181
1 hour ago, Eff1n2ret said:

For once I am able to answer my own question. For the benefit of anyone who needs it, there is a site where you can dump bulk rubbish with a clear conscience.

If you go down the Payoon road from Banchang, turn right at the Nara Villas/Anabanrakpasa School junction and then first right again within 50 metres, wind through a small village and going up an incline there is an overgrown pond on the left. You can dump there. It's mostly green waste, but there is the odd settee and bits of builder's rubble. I understand that the owners want to fill in the pond.

This is good to know, thanks!!

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