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to tell franks factory flooring to come get there rubbish two months later?

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silverandblack Thu 11-Dec-14 19:26:53

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Summerisle1 Thu 11-Dec-14 19:35:58

Well the reason that they won't let large transits onto civic amenity sites is because they suspect they are dumping trade waste - which isn't free to dispose of.

You could certainly ask the carpet supplier to take their offcuts away but unfortunately, you did agree to let them leave it. Wouldn't hurt to give them a call though.

silverandblack Thu 11-Dec-14 19:41:13

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joanne1947 Thu 11-Dec-14 19:58:59

You could try putting a few bits into your bin each week or fortnight, or if you can take then in a car to the dump it is free.
It is annoying and well worth phoning Franks who might come and collect.

dalmatianmad Thu 11-Dec-14 20:25:42

You agreed that he could leave them there!

Why have you waited until now to worry about moving them?
Surely you know someone with a car that will take them to the tip? Or as already suggested start putting them in the bin!

silverandblack Thu 11-Dec-14 20:43:43

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Screenclean Thu 11-Dec-14 20:44:59

Put it on freecycle - offer to dogs home. Definitely could be useful to someone.

silverandblack Thu 11-Dec-14 20:48:29

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TooMuchCantBreathe Thu 11-Dec-14 20:54:42

How much is the council? Here it's something like £30 for up to 10 items - excluding fridges and freezers. Each bag would be 1 item.

SpringBreaker Thu 11-Dec-14 20:54:43

You are allowed to take a transit van to the dump a certain number of times usually if you can prove it is personal household rubbish that you are clearing, although carpet offcuts may look a bit more than just general rubbish. Have you tried ringing the site to ask?

silverandblack Thu 11-Dec-14 21:04:39

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silverandblack Thu 11-Dec-14 21:08:06

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dalmatianmad Thu 11-Dec-14 21:13:22

Not what you need when you're about to give birth!

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