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Plastic food grade barrels with screw on lids. 62 gals. Used for shipping olives. Located in Gloucester county, eastern Virginia. Some like brand new, very clean inside and out. Price $20 each or $35 for two. Some are a little scruffed up outside but clean inside. Price $15 each or $25 for two. Satisfaction guaranteed. Quantity discounts. I can deliver a few if you pay gas. Can deliver up to 150 barrels at one time. Good for storage, rain collection, composting, aquaponics, or container gardening. Approximately 24 ins in diameter and 44 ins. high. Opening and lid are about 20 ins. Very durable plastic made to last outdoors in sunlight. I built a floating pier out of them. I have customers who use them for oyster culturing.
 

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Any pictures? Man! Those 62 gal. drums w/screw-on lids are wonderful for underground storage. They are tall enough (44") to hold several things that go BANG hidden underground in your back yard. They're also great for long term food storage. I had 2 of them a few years ago and I did not realize their value until I butchered both to make rain barrels.
 

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Plastic food grade barrels with screw on lids. 62 gals. Used for shipping olives. Located in Gloucester county, eastern Virginia. Some like brand new, very clean inside and out. Price $20 each or $35 for two. Some are a little scruffed up outside but clean inside. Price $15 each or $25 for two. Satisfaction guaranteed. Quantity discounts. I can deliver a few if you pay gas. Can deliver up to 150 barrels at one time. Good for storage, rain collection, composting, aquaponics, or container gardening. Approximately 24 ins in diameter and 44 ins. high. Opening and lid are about 20 ins. Very durable plastic made to last outdoors in sunlight. I built a floating pier out of them. I have customers who use them for oyster culturing.
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Any pictures? Man! Those 62 gal. drums w/screw-on lids are wonderful for underground storage. They are tall enough (44") to hold several things that go BANG hidden underground in your back yard. They're also great for long term food storage. I had 2 of them a few years ago and I did not realize their value until I butchered both to make rain barrels.
I will have to get my wife to post pictures for me. Electronically challenged.
 

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Olives=food grade plastic.
That's good !
 
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