Gate Automation Registered User
#1

Hello

Anybody know where I can buy polish coal like on the first photo ?



I don't want that one:



Thx

jack presley Moderator
#3

The texaco garage opposite the Coolquay lodge on the old N2 used to sell that type of bag. Couldn't tell you if it still does though

Rochey18 Registered User
#4

Place in dunboyne back of the hardware sell them for €17.50 a bag

Gate Automation Registered User
#5

For 20 kg bag's Last time I was paid 7.99 for 20 kg, but I was bayed in Co. Cavan

Rochey18 Registered User
#6

40kg bags for 17.50

87pio Registered User
#7

in Poland 150euro/tonne loose

easygoing39 Registered User
#8

the Texaco petrol station in Clonee sells both 20kg and 40kg bags of that coal.Nice lads there,they will even carry it to youre car and into the boot.

Gate Automation Registered User
#9

Rochey18 said:
40kg bags for 17.50


That's better. Thank You

87pio I know, but We live in Ireland

easygoing39
the Texaco petrol station in Clonee sells both 20kg and 40kg bags of that coal.Nice lads there,they will even carry it to youre car and into the boot.


That's great, if they don't have on stock I always can go to Dunboyne

Rochey18 Registered User
#10

Dunboyne also sell the large chunks of coal too. Dunno how much that is do.

Pat Dunne Registered User
#11

Thought is was illegal to burn coal in Dublin?

delta_bravo Registered User
#12

That doesn't seem to be smokeless coal which would be illegal in Dublin.

Gate Automation Registered User
#13

Smokeless coal is permitted I hope

Anybody have full Government Act what is legal and what is illegal to burn in fireplace ? I try found something about this question in net, but is not many, I just found this:

Although not explicitly mentioned in the thread the two counts (two sides of the same coin) are as follows:
1)The distribution, marketing and sale of Turf, Peat Briquettes and timber blocks is explicitly allowed under the terms of the CA Act 1990.
2)There is no ban on the burning of any solid fuel ( including smokey bituminous coal, Turf, Briquettes etc) in the smoke control areas.

easygoing39 Registered User
#14

The 1990 act does not refer to the burning of smokey coal,only the sale of it.
http://www.irishstatutebook.ie/1990/en/si/0123.html

Zaph Millionaire Oppressor
#15

That's a pity, I'm sick of my next door neighbours constantly burning smoky coal. My velux windows are permanently filthy because of it.

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