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    Hi Can anyone let me know the best way to clear old mono and debris netting

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    to the tip

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    We sell it to the builder and it's his at the end of job.

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    a skip every so often to clear all the cra p from the yard is the only way , it cost around £250 cash but we put all the mono and netting at the bottom and then any other rubbish on top .
    storing old mono and netting is just a nest for rats in the winter.
    i always try and put the old mono in the builders skips if we can when we strike a job.
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    We just skip it in the skips we have on our industrial estate!

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    Netting I throw onto the local allotments, those green finger types love it as it keeps the frost and slugs off their veggies. Mono I bin onsite if its knackered or roll up and use again if it looks ok, the stuff I cannot bin onsite I chuck the bin man £20 to take it away, shrink wrap can be recycled so I store it up for a recycle company to collect, its worth about £60 a ton, but I let them have it for nothing just to get it out of my yard.

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    Thanks chaps

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