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I keep on forgetting to put a new bag on my dust collector . Looks a little full lol.
Going to make a mess ousting this to . Is there anything you guys use sawdust for ,as I suspect it goes to the dump ?
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I don’t always insulate , but when I do .
Ok ,I never insulate
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Don’t know that’s it full Rick more like close too overflowing
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I dump mine in the trash can outside and then watch as the truck comes around. I'm always hoping the wind is blowing from the rear of the truck to the front so the flying dust doesn't coat the driver (bin on front of the truck). It's not fair for him to have to wear my shop dust!

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. Is there anything you guys use sawdust for
pellets...
heat the house and shop w/ them...
sell them to pellet stove users....

Comparison of typical fuel options 1 ton of pellets is equal to...

120 gallons of heating oil...
16,000 ft³ of natural gas...
170 gallons of propane...
4,775 kilowatt hours of electricity....

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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I the old days they used it for insulation.
Just saying,
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I burn it outside but I use a leaf blower to stir it up and give it air every little while otherwise it smoulders for days.

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pellets...
heat the house and shop w/ them...
sell them to pellet stove users....

Comparison of typical fuel options 1 ton of pellets is equal to...

120 gallons of heating oil...
16,000 ft³ of natural gas...
170 gallons of propane...
4,775 kilowatt hours of electricity....
Well Stick you’ve given me an idea , I’ll put it on Kijiji , free dust . Much better than me dealing with it lol . When you put things for free on Kijiji, you’d be amazed how quickly you get a response .
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pellets...
heat the house and shop w/ them...
sell them to pellet stove users....

Comparison of typical fuel options 1 ton of pellets is equal to...

120 gallons of heating oil...
16,000 ft³ of natural gas...
170 gallons of propane...
4,775 kilowatt hours of electricity....
Do you have a pellet maker?

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Do you have a pellet maker?
I did.. saw dust was a major issue...
after I shut down I gave it to one of the neighbors...
some days I made 8³ yards of sawdust in an hour or less....
while on others, I didn't fill a wash pail all day...
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I have a guy who comes every week and picks mine up. He uses it for his chickens.
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