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04-12-2014, 12:02   #16
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Thanks. Not on Facebook, thought it might have been an open page as they don't seem to have a website, anyway thanks for your help.
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This seems like a great deal. Could you please let us know how it works out for you...
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Illegal to burn coal in Dublin

[QUOTE=AlanG;93295488]I'm pretty sure it is still legal to burn any coal in Dublin. It's selling it that is illegal. They are going to outlaw burning it but I don't think that it has been passed yet.

Since 2012 it has been illegal to burn coal in Dublin and all 25 other urban areas where the ban applies. The text below is taken from the link you supplied, note the word 'Burning' in the title to the regulations below. Dublin are quite active at policing I believe. How would it make sense anyway to ban the sale but allow people to bring coal in from the outside and burn it!?

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These improvements have now been given effect through new consolidating regulations - the Air Pollution Act (Marketing, Sale, Distribution and Burning of Specified Fuels) Regulations 2012 (S.I. No. 326 of 2012) (pdf, 206kb). These Regulations also incorporate the existing provisions of earlier regulations."
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Always have to laugh at stuff like this, people see no wrong in it. Yet if you mention downloading a film or music the boards police are out in force
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Always have to laugh at stuff like this, people see no wrong in it. Yet if you mention downloading a film or music the boards police are out in force
The difference is this is LEGAL!!!
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04-12-2014, 20:41   #22
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What's the best smoky coal to buy here - 40kg ???
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@Inspector Dhar I am very interested in seeing how this turns out for you.

I too have been checking out their deal and intended placing an order later this week (payday) and just googled them to see if there was any feedback and came across your thread. How long did they say delivery takes?
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Also...

I messaged this seller on Donedeal to price delivery and they came back and quoted the delivery price that Coal Warehouse provide on their FaceBook and they also gave me the UK mobile number for Coal Warehouse so they must be operating over the boarder in Cavan with this seller:

Donedeal : Search "Evans Coal Warehouse Carrickaderry Clontibret"
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I messaged this seller on Donedeal to price delivery and they came back and quoted the delivery price that Coal Warehouse provide on their FaceBook and they also gave me the UK mobile number for Coal Warehouse so they must be operating over the boarder in Cavan with this seller:

Donedeal : Search "Evans Coal Warehouse Carrickaderry Clontibret"
I thought Clontibret was in Monaghan
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I would be interested in this, but cannot find any comments on their FB either negative or positive which concerns me.
Has anybody purchased and can they confirm quality ?
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I would be interested in this, but cannot find any comments on their FB either negative or positive which concerns me.
Has anybody purchased and can they confirm quality ?
Inspector Dhar bought some at the end of last week but not sure when it due for delivery
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What's the best smoky coal to buy here - 40kg ???
Best coal is black diamond, pinky/red front on the bag. It costs around 17-18 per 40kg bag reputable supplier, usually a good co-op.

The carbon tax has done nothing but bring cheap terrible dangerous s#1t coal to the market.
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anyone buy from this crowd?Whats the verdict ?
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I placed an order with them this morning.

I went with...
5 x 40kg of Smokeless Ovoids (€12 per bag)
20 x 40kg Champion Premium Coal (€8 per bag)

When you like and share their FaceBook Page they give you 2 free bags on your pallet so it knocked off €16 for 2 of the Champion Premium Coal bags which brought the price down to €204, I asked them to round it down to €200 which they did

Delivery to Cork is €64.58 so in total it cost €264.58 which I was very happy with.

How it works is...
1. You need to ring ACE who are the couriers on 018702822 / 018702836 and pay them for the collection/delivery first.
2. You then ring the office for the Coal Warehouse (O Neill's Coal Warehouse) on 04887740911 (give it about 10 min I was told as they need to wait on an email from ACE to confirm shipping is paid) and give them your order.
3. Wait for delivery ha

It is a bit of back and forth on the phone between the courier and the coal warehouse when you place the order originally, but it is worth it at that price. Apparently delivery takes 2-3 business days, so I will hopefully have it by the weekend so will let you all know how it goes.

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