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How can I dispose of old lawn tractors, not in working condition?

Amanda Lisk

You have a couple of easy options.

1. Take them yourself to Horton Iron & Metal Co. (2216 US-421, Wilmington; Phone: (910) 763-8268).

2. If you prefer someone else pick them up for you, list them on Craig’s List under “Free” (http://wilmngton.craigslist.org). You’ll most likely have them gone in no time, as many are looking for non-functioning tractors for spare parts or for scrap metal to sell.

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Margaret Kubena

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