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    5" PVC keep or donate

    I have several 5-10 foot long pieces of 5" PVC conduit. I think one coupling no other fittings. My cyclone is 5" Input quickly necked up to 6". I am using only 6" and 4" beyond that.
    Should I keep the 5" or donate it to habiat or something else.
    Bill D

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    Recycling what you do not need or use is good for environment and good for your well being.

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    Habitat is a good choice if you do not wish to keep it around. That said, you have a very rare animal there...PVC in a non-even-number size. I think I remember you mentioned it was originally electrical conduit, however.
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    I always keep extra PVC around and have found it always eventually gets called into service someplace (drainage projects, odd ball storage solutions, dust collection etc.). That said, if I had a lot of it and it was taking up valuable storage space, I would offer it up for free/good price, or donate.
    - Bob R.
    Collegeville PA (30 minutes west of Philly)

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