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marty reed
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well i have made a few things out of old charcoalers i get them free all the time i like taking something that is useless and turning it into somthing useful. it would like to see some of your repurposed/recycled projects.
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miter saw table
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cut off saw table
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Chelle Lewis
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If by a charcoaler you mean a machine that can take wood and make charcoal.... then there is nothing useless about a charcoaler. Read up about Biochar and what it can do for you ... http://edenparadigm.com/biochar ... and also all about the best soil in the world.... Terra Preta .... http://edenparadigm.com/terra-preta

I wish I could access one of your charcoalers!
 
Miles Flansburg
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Chelle, I think marty is talking about bar BQ Grills. Seems like there are always a lot of old grills around that folks are giving away or taking to the dump.
 
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