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Railway Ties?

Posted by robinst (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 13, 10 at 19:19

Does anyone know where you can dispose of railway ties in Ontario? We purchased a house and they are on the property. Are there any environmental companies that will pick them up?


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RE: Railway Ties?

Most trash companies also recycle. Waste Management is one that I believe operates in Ontario.


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Have you called whomever takes away your regular trash? How about the local community government?


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RE: Railway Ties?

Those things can be valuable. Try putting them on craigslist for $8-10 each.
HTH
Don


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RE: Railway Ties?

"Most trash companies also recycle."

Railroad ties old enough will have creosote treatment and are not recyclable.

See if you can sell them to someone.


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Thanks for your comments. We found a local independent garbage site that would take them for a fee.

Thanks,
Robin


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