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Old 04-09-2009, 11:03 PM
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WVO "glop"

what are you guys doing with the left over slop and boop that you are filtering out. I had a way to siphon it off onto some wood chips that get burned in power plants but that has fallen through until winter.

I had a few other ways to get ride of it but I want to hear what everyone else is doing before I try my other methods.

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Bonfire in the back yard. Smells great. I have heard about useing it for animal feed , but dont know how do do it. Better check with a vet before doing it.

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I feed it to my hogs. They even fight to get at it!
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I assume as a supliment to some other sort of feedstock. I have at the moment 1,000 gallons of the crap to get rid of, gunna take alot of hogs.

I tried burning it once it didnt burn off very good. need to atomize it better I think, I threw a cubie of it on hte fire and as the plastic melted the glop just ran down the hill side.

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It also works great in a compost pile. I've got about a half a dozen "townies" that bug me for it to add to their compost.
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The compost pile was my other idea. I haul wood chips for a comercial composting company, I have yet to talk to the owner about it but I thought about mixing it into his compost. my only fear is that the oil will shed the water in the soil and ruin his compost, and on his scale of things that would be devastating.

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