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|Don’t Throw Away Your Scraps Especially Newspapers Because It Is Money by Yinksy09(m): 6:45pm On Oct 06, 2020|
I went to Omole phase 1 estate a long time ago and I saw PSP van operators moving dirt from houses.
One thing that touched me was the fact that I saw aluminum scraps, burnt battery, household appliances that are damaged, can bottles, electric wire, paint buckets thrown away.
The PSP men always separated scraps from dirt once they pick from each house. I asked from the security men why they gave out these scraps instead of selling for money and he said not everyone knows the value.
Buyscrap hopes to give you value for your scraps.
If you actually call or send a WhatsApp message to 07081263229 you can know how much those scraps worth.
What you call dirt is actually money.
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|Re: Don’t Throw Away Your Scraps Especially Newspapers Because It Is Money by Mide3367: 8:16pm On Oct 07, 2020|
|Re: Don’t Throw Away Your Scraps Especially Newspapers Because It Is Money by Yinksy09(m): 11:48pm On Oct 08, 2020|
|Re: Don’t Throw Away Your Scraps Especially Newspapers Because It Is Money by bamidele89: 10:34pm On Oct 09, 2020|
Where can we be getting this newspaper scrap and how much are you buying it
Is it by kg or what??
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