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#3
Laurie, believe it or not...I have thought of you often this past year...I changed to an electric heat pump and have about 75 gallons of fuel oil sitting in my tank that I don't want. You can't believe how difficult it is to get someone to take this stuff!!! I've offered it to at least a dozen people FOR FREE!! Wish I could just run it up to you!
 

Mainegal

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#5
Shiney
I can't believe that no one will come take it., I sure would with the prices that it is now.
I've thought of you too and was looking an email tonight and came across an email from you from june and i had missed it, i'm so sorry that i missed it and never replied to it
please forgive me
 
#6
Oh... all right....I forgive you! Somebody had told me you were asking about me and I just sent that. I thought maybe I had written your address wrong!

I guess the fuel oil is just too hard to get out of the tank. I know I sure would have taken it ...gratefully...back when I had 2 kiddos and little money!!

I have a friend with a pump and large container who is supposed to get it. I just want to get that tank out of my yard.
 

Randy

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#7
Laurie, believe it or not...I have thought of you often this past year...I changed to an electric heat pump and have about 75 gallons of fuel oil sitting in my tank that I don't want. You can't believe how difficult it is to get someone to take this stuff!!! I've offered it to at least a dozen people FOR FREE!! Wish I could just run it up to you!
If it is a buried tank, you have to have a pump to get it out. But your best bet would probably be someone that has a diesel tractor. I have one, but I would have to come up with a pump to get any fuel oil out of a buried tank. I have the delivery guy fust fill a couple of cans for me when he delivers heating oil to us. We get 500 gallons on Thursday and I think my daughter said it was $1.69 a gallon.
 

Mainegal

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#8
I got 100 gallons today and paid 1.84 a gallon, still to high in my book but heard on the news that they are cutting production and prices will be going up
 

Randy

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#11
I don't know what our cost is right now, but we hit it right a couple of months ago when it was at its lowest. We will probably have to get more before we get away from the cold weather.
 


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