I have three of these aluminium framed patio doors which were removed
from my lounge and replaced with new ones.
They are approx 1950mm x 1100mm, two were fixed panels the other was
movable and has handles and little wheels under it. It seems a shame to
scrap them, I believe them to be toughened glass and might be useful
for constructing solar panels or wind shields for plants or the basis
for a DIY green house or some other project. If anyone wants them they
can have them for free but must collect. I live in North Shropshire.
In an earlier contribution to this discussion, Donwill
As others have said, try Freecycle or Freegle (whichever flavour your local
group happens to be).
Probably as well *not* to take them to the tip. I saw someone trying to
dispose of some at a "Household Waste Collection Centre" down in Hampshire a
couple of weeks ago, and the tip staff were refusing to accept them on the
basis that they were industrial waste - not household! I don't know what the
final outcome was - they were still arguing the toss when I left.
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