Posted by Stan in Oly, WA on November 29, 2012 at 16:00:07 from (188.8.131.52):
I've got several 5 gallon buckets full of galvanized pipe fittings that I've saved or salvaged from jobs over the years. Probably 1/2 of them are either new or in good enough shape that I wouldn't hesitate to use them, as they have the advantage of being American made. I've also got several hundred feet of galvanized pipe---mainly 1" & 3/4". Fortunately, most of it is unused (and American made) because I wouldn't use used pipe for water supply. The trouble is, in the normal course of things, I'll never use even a small part of these supplies for plumbing. I've actually only done new installations with galvanized steel a couple of times in about forty years of remodeling.
Any suggestions about what to do with all this good quality but not very useful material? As scrap it's worth so little that I'd probably just toss it in the college's welding steel recycling bin if I was going to go that route. I sure would like to come up with something interesting and useful to do with it.
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