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    Not a good idea. I had some Laburnums (speeling?), chopped them down. Now this is a very poisonous plant, so thought, in my deep wisdom, that burning something so nasty on site was the most sensible course of action. No, some git from across the way goes and calls the environmental health because I'm "burning tires" he says.

    Environmental health officer turns up and acts the civil savant asshole part.

    Said "Yes, yes, won't happen again", and later paid someone down the pub to smash his windows, kick the crap out of him, and set fire to his garden furniture. Fscking busy bodies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zeitghost
    This is why I remove all the address labels from my bin bag...

    A shredder is your friend... you just can't be too paranoid...
    I thought your razor sharp crosscut teeth might suffice?
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    Quote Originally Posted by threaded
    Not a good idea. I had some Laburnums (speeling?), chopped them down. Now this is a very poisonous plant, so thought, in my deep wisdom, that burning something so nasty on site was the most sensible course of action. No, some git from across the way goes and calls the environmental health because I'm "burning tires" he says.

    Environmental health officer turns up and acts the civil savant asshole part.

    Said "Yes, yes, won't happen again", and later paid someone down the pub to smash his windows, kick the crap out of him, and set fire to his garden furniture. Fscking busy bodies.

    threaded in "yet another reason for leaving the UK" mode



    Did a google and you can buy approved smokeless, smell free incinerators that will cope with just about everything I need to get rid of on a daily/weekly basis except the metal bits of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zeitghost
    Does it work on bodies?

    Come in handy if you've got a spare "Jack the hat McVittie" or two to dispose of... and the pigs are full.

    Yep thats what they're designed for animal carcass'


    Body disposal, asylum control 1001 uses ;-)

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