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I dumpster dive everyday im at work! I work at a transferstation were they dump garbage trucks and load it back up in semi trucks! Youd be shocked what people throw away especially factorys makes you see why things cost so much! I ve gotten tools wood steel hardware rope lifting straps chains jacks money! Yep people throw it away change all the time! Love it when kids clean out grandmas old house gaurentee you thiers a jar of change in a roll off box that comes from a house clean out! Or bills hidden behind a old painting! Makes me sick to think of just how much actual money is buried in a landfill! O well we live in a throw it away society!

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12-30-2013 21:11:38

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 Re: dumpster diving? in reply to Brian806, 12-30-2013 14:43:02  
My step-father used to work at a landfill in the 70s. Every Saturday I had exclusive picking rights so I 'know' what kind of stuff is in there. When 1 box in a case of laundry soap got a little wet they thru the complete case away. Tools, batteries, copper, alum, Ect, Ect, Ect found there way to the house. He had a heck of a time crushing a roll cage from a roundyround car with a D8H dozer. He hated seeing hotwater tanks come in.

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