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Old 12-20-2011, 09:12 PM   #16
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Thanks BensPlumbing,
I can imagine the cost for that service would be in the range of $180.00 or more because that's what I paid last year for having water pumped out. My sister said two men in a truck performed the job and they were here just a short time to remove the water. So instead, I'll apply my money towards the cost of a new above ground tank.

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what are you going to do with this water, which may be mixed with oil? Cannot just pour it into the sewer or it may cause an explosion later and you could get caught and sued etc. May have to take it to a hazardous waste disposal facility or pay a oil co to pump it out and dispose of it legally 4 U.
Ayuh,... Is that for added Drama, or What,..??
I sure hope so, 'cause it's pure Bullship...
Cause an Explosion,..?? With Fuel Oil,..?? Right.....

This is Water, 'n diesel fuel we're talkin' 'bout here...
Ya pump the water into buckets, 'n set it aside, Outdoors...
In a very short time, the water is gonna Freeze... Solid....
Then ya take a rag, 'n wipe up the oil off the top....
Toss the rag in the trash, or burn it, 'n toss the block of ice into the gutter...
The DEC or DEP or EPA don't give a ship about throwin' Water in the gutter.....
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And what if the other average readers who read these posts don't have all your master "reengineeerin" skills and don't know the crucial freeze seperation process and just pour it in. Hopefully none of your relatives have to work underground or do sewer repairs.
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And what if the other average readers who read these posts don't have all your master "reengineeerin" skills and don't know the crucial freeze seperation process and just pour it in. Hopefully none of your relatives have to work underground or do sewer repairs.
Ayuh,... That's why I'm here, to spread my master "reengineeerin" skills and the crucial freeze seperation process....

But come on,.... Explosion risk,..??



Btw,... I do underground, 'n sewer work,...
a gallon or 2 of diesel fuel would be the Least offensive thing ya might run into.....

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Rats, needles from drug users, hepatitis etc etc. Must be fun down there.

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