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Sunday, January 29th 2012, 10:10am

by Wet_Boots

melt them and make candles :)

Saturday, January 28th 2012, 4:32pm

by Mitchgo

I'll keep several 6' sections in the work truck for repairs.

if they are that small We just throw them in a pile in a corner at the shop and take them to the dump for end of the year clean up.
Or you can just cut them and stick them vertically into your trash can - knock down pile each week.

Also you could coupler them all together and use it as a lateral line run when you pull.

Friday, January 27th 2012, 9:38pm

by ldcxyz

Contractors - recycling poly pipe

Anybody have ideas for using up 10' or shorter pieces of poly pipe?