How to Get Rid of Soil

Excess soil after gardening, landscaping or renovation projects can be a real challenge to get rid of; it’s heavy, bulky and messy, and becomes far more problematic once it’s wet. Bearing this in mind, we’ve put together a few quick, simple and cost-effective ways of getting rid of the unwanted soil that’s been cluttering up your property.

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