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    Les of D&L Antenna Supply said today that he has some remaining food-grade containers, including 2 300-gallon containers good for water.

    I think he said he had 2-gallon and 30 gallon and some other sizes...My memory ain't what it used to be.

    He sold an unbelievable amount of 5-gallon food grade buckets before Y2K...

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    in wichita ks there is a used building supply that has used 55 and 15 gal barrels.the 15 gal are pop syrup barrels.they are about the largest that can be moved by hand without a dolly.i think it is called reves yard.there is also someone on south hydraulic between 47th and 63rd that has some metal and plastic 55 gallon barrels.hdpe is food grade but it will need to be virgin and not recycled.stick with a container that you can be certain of its use.
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    • #3
      Looking for totes

      I need several totes, aka IBC's
      I'd prefer food grade if possible.
      Central Kansas.

      Thanks all.
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      • #4
        Question about totes

        I'm seeing a lot of IBC totes for sale now around here, but they've mostly been used for 2,4-D. I want to store garden and livestock water in them, and experiment with some aquaponics as well. What do you guys think, is it possible to clean that stuff out and use these totes safely? I'd rather use food grade totes but haven't found them close by.
        WX0RG
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        • #5
          I checked out the barrels on Hydraulic and a lot of them have had hazardous materials in them.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by rgroves View Post
            I'm seeing a lot of IBC totes for sale now around here, but they've mostly been used for 2,4-D. I want to store garden and livestock water in them, and experiment with some aquaponics as well. What do you guys think, is it possible to clean that stuff out and use these totes safely? I'd rather use food grade totes but haven't found them close by.
            Once used for herbicide, they are forever tainted for plant use.
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            • #7
              I know this is outdated... but, I bought four plastic food grade 55 gallon barrels today at $10 a pop. Yes, they had soda in them. The four I got had residue of Mountain Dew. The guy was very easy to deal with. He said he might not be there much longer.

              75 Barrels 55, 30 & 15gal plastic $8-$10/ea. Also Steel Barrels. 990-3040 6201 S. Hydraulic

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              • #8
                What do you guys use these for? Actually storing food or rain water for gardens?
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                • #9
                  They go into a hole in the ground and guns and ammo fall into them.
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                  • #10
                    hahahahaahahahah
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