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How do we dispose old paving slabs
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Thinking about replacing some paving slabs. How do we dispose of the old ones and associated rubble?
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Probably the council skip site up behind Electron I would think Emmi, not aware of any other one
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Or the council tip in Lajares if you are in the north of the island.
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Or you or you could be industrious Emmi, when I had my patio in Esmeralda tiled, the builder kept all the patio blocks, I think the call them chapel blocks, then he advertised them for sale on Fuerte Facebook
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The waste site behind Electron is nearest for me.  Unfortunately they are in such a bad state no good for man nor beast!! So got to go!
Thanks for all your replies.
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The Punto Limpio behind Electron on the Risco Prieto industrial estate is open Tuesday to Sunday from 9am to 7pm.
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Is there a special skip/container there for such builders stuff then? I've been there before with massive amount of garden cuttings etc but did not realise they took heavy duty stuff like paving stones!
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If you ask in the office they'll direct you to the correct skip.  The last time I took rubble there it went into a skip just outside the Punto Limpio.

I went there yesterday to take garden cuttings/branches etc.

For anyone who hasn't been there, there are separate places to leave:
Restos podos - plant and other green waste
Building rubble
Paint pots
Electrical items
Batteries
Small domestic items
X rays
Plastic
Paper
Glass
General waste/wood
and possible others.
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If you have a lot to get rid of Emmi it might be worth you hiring a skip. Saves the wear and tear on your car.
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Thanks Tamara, but really not enough for a skip - I am now thinking of just paving over the old paving- to save the hassle - not ideal but would do the job!!!
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