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Posted by: Ryan Santrock on 3/25/03 Title: Wooden Spools
Postnum: 153 EntryID:794
I am wondering if any has come across someone, or company in the Edmonton area that may recycle wooden cable spools? We do a lot of business with cable, and have a large amount of wooded cable spools left over that do not have any use now. Is there anything like that out there?

Thanks.

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Posted by: Ben on 4/9/03 Title: Re: Wooden Spools
Postnum: 153 EntryID:803
This isn't a direct answer to your question as I don't live anywhere around there, but i do know that the Outdoor Ed centres I have worked at in the past were always loking for the wooden spools for wheels for low ropes courses and tables and stuff like that. Hope that helps, give it a try, I know of a place in Ontario that needs one if you want to mail one.

Posted by: Andy on 4/25/03 Title: Re: Wooden Spools
Postnum: 153 EntryID:828
Have you thought of burning the waste spools for heating & hotwater, with the appropiate furnace this can be very environmentally beneficial.

Posted by: Brent on 4/27/03 Title: Re: Wooden Spools
Postnum: 153 EntryID:833
How big are the spools? I still might be too far away from you to recycle them for you, but you never know. I am in Yorkton Sk. Brent

Posted by: Leslie on 5/27/03 Title: Re: Wooden Spools
Postnum: 153 EntryID:850
There is a company in Cobourg, Ontario called Spoolon. They may be able to help! Area code 905 if you need to look it up!

Posted by: Barry @SKR on 12/23/03 Title: Re: Wooden Spools
Postnum: 153 EntryID:987
Also might be interested in the spools, depending on their size.


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