Helpfulbox Now Offers Free POS Software for restaurants, kiosk, and any other retails business completely free used windows cashier system or as full blown POS. You will able to print to kitchen, display orders on the kitchen screen, manage inventory, employee, report, customer loyalty offers, employee management, delivery address track and much more, al for free.

Getting rid of cement I broke up a 8x8 slab of concrete a bit ago and I still have to get rid of the cement pieces! I called my local waste company and they told me I can rent a bin for $175 or drop it off for $50 for a pickup truck load. Well I don't have a pickup and don't know anyone with a pickup. Do I have any other options or should I spend the $175?

By: Guest
Date: Unknown--
Response
0
ever heard of U-HAUL

[d] By: Guest
Date: unknown---
Response
0
Several options: Quick or Slow.

First stop (do this!!): Post in CL's Free and Garden sections. Your concrete could be valuable to those building walls or needing fill.

Or, bag up small quantities, then:

- Add 1-3 bags to your garbage can each week.

- Put a few bags in your trunk. Then whenever you see an open dumpster, stop and throw some bags in.

IOW, you can get rid of it quickly (and pay?), or get rid of it gradually (for nada).

[d] By: Guest
Date: unknown---
Response
0
Getting Rid Of Cement

Take a few bids on CL and see the price difference between the $175 and the bids versus your work and $175. Maybe there is someone that is hungry and got a pickup. Don't pay them till they get done and clean up. Get an agreement in writing, especially about liabilty.

[d] By: Guest
Date: unknown---
Response
0
175 aint bad

it's like $375

[d] By: Guest
Date: unknown---
Response
0
Work your girlish charm

[d] By: Guest
Date: unknown---
Response
0
make sure they don't have a weight limit

some companies (I think Sunset Scavenger is one) charge a surcharge and/or limit the weight. Make sure they know you're filling it with concrete scrap.

[d] By: Guest
Date: unknown---
Response
0
that's about right

I just made 3 trips to the dump - 3500 lbs total, dump fees in Phoenix here came to $65, I charged $100 to my client in labor for four hours work.

uhaul sounds good, from above - recomend bringing a broom and gloves too

[d] By: Guest
Date: unknown---
Response
0
That's about one cubic yard in the ground.

Once broken up maybe a yard and a half when it fluffs up.

Probably weighs about 2500 pounds. Too much for a pickup truck.

Get a $30 U-Haul covered truck. You can get a huge one for 4-hours for $30. You need huge because of the weight, not for the bulk.

Then take it to a concrete recycling yard. Should be on in the SF area. They charge to dump but not that much because they crush it up and resell it.

In Contra Costa County there is the County Quarry that takes concrete. It's off Highway 4, near Highway 680 near Pacheco.

[d] By: Guest
Date: unknown---
Response
What is 1 + 100



Helpfulbox Now Offers Free POS Software

for restaurants, kiosk, and any other retails business completely free. It can be used as windows cashier system or as full blown POS. You will able to print to kitchen, display orders on the kitchen screen, manage inventory, employee, report, customer loyalty offers, employee management, delivery address track and much more, all for free.

Just Updated::