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Old 09-16-2016, 02:06 PM   #1
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Where to properly dispose old fuel?

I have about 10 gallons of old gas. Where can I responsibly take it?
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I have about 10 gallons of old gas. Where can I responsibly take it?
Dump it in any body of water in Texas City. The locals will appreciate the improvement in water quality.
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I have about 10 gallons of old gas. Where can I responsibly take it?
What is old? Stabil that and use it
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I have a burning pile on my property, I just burn things that are old and no longer wanted, I'm sure it would still burn just fine ?
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My shop man! I have recycle tanks for oil and gas
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man card revoked. Electric mower and dont know how to get rid of gas...... fail
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man card revoked. Electric mower and dont know how to get rid of gas...... fail
My son mows the yard. If I lived on some land, I'd burn it, can't really do that in my subdivision.

my weedeater takes the same batteries too. Oh, and my blower....and chainsaw....
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you make your son use an electric mower..... better start saving for the college of the performing arts lol
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Electric mower??? Like the same form of electricity that runs your wife's vibrator??? Or a power wheels jeep??? What happened to the holy trinity? Coal gas and oil.
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Electric mower??? Like the same form of electricity that runs your wife's vibrator??? Or a power wheels jeep??? What happened to the holy trinity? Coal gas and oil.
Look, don't knock it till you try it. lol

I don't need to worry about it sitting up and not starting. Never have to mix gas, never have to change oil, it's quiet, sounds like a box fan. and all my yard tools share the same battery.
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