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Just surfing craigslist and noted this repurposed vermiculite in PA.  If you are local to that area this might be a good idea.

https://lansing.craigslist.org/grq/d/verxite-by-specialty/6585276044.html

hope this might help a couple.

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bump.  seems like the ad is still up.
they have pallets and pallets of cheap vermiculite. it would be good to see it go to good use.




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OPEN to the PUBLIC | 60 Walnut St | Marcus Hook, PA 19061
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30 bags per pallet-25 lbs bags $150.00 per pallet

Types: We have both Red and Green printed bags which we think has to do with the granule size.


This product was purchased as an ingredient for a research feed for livestock . The project for the research feed was never developed. So we are stuck with no use for it.


Vermiculite's water-wicking, lightweight, and thermal-resistant properties make it ideal for a variety of applications and products across an array of industries-

Agriculture
Automotive
Carrier & Bulking Agents
Chemical Packaging
Construction & Concrete
Fire Protection
Horticulture
Industrial
Loose Fill Thermal Insulation
Masonry Insulation
Molten Steel Insulation
Packaging Films
Plasters
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