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    lottieguy is offline Seedling
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    Hi Ya, Well did some research and it would seem the majority of modern inks are naturally based flower/veg etc so no worries there. The glues seem to bbe of the same. I looked up storage buckets on line and they are freely available but talking to a mate who suggested trying restaurants who probably use the buckets like yours that hold beans etc so I will keep my eyes open now and see where we go. I use them like you to store my stuff for composting and seeing your set up has given me more info and I will do the same as adding to the bin a good load in one go is better than little by little. I mix weeds and leaves and fresh horse manure into mine as well. So opens a new way forward. Thanks to all
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    Quote Originally Posted by lottieguy View Post
    Hi Ya, enjoyed the info Cadalot very interesting. I am always on the look out for plastic buckets as the lids don't last and split. Where do you source yours from?
    They come from the local Pizza shop they just throw them away so are happy for me to take some every now and then. I have amassed quite a collection and use them for storage of all manor of things including coir, coffee, cut up cardboard, spent hops etc.

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