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Location DB > Canada > Quebec > Montreal > ! OPEX '95 > Photos de Dow d'AgentSkelly pendant le OPEX 1995 > DSC00056 (Medium).JPG

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A giant hole where a tank was once was
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Posted by SPEK Photo 5/7/2006 3:39 AM | remove
  sold for $0.70/lbs
Posted by Agent Skelly 5/7/2006 11:17 PM | remove
  wow....whats the market rate now adays?
Posted by nostra-YOUPPI! 5/7/2006 11:58 PM | remove
  i dont know but 700 foot laker ships are going for 3.5 million on the scrap market these days, 5 years ago they were about 500 000$
Posted by Agent Skelly 5/8/2006 1:23 PM | remove
  holy shit
Posted by nostra-YOUPPI! 5/8/2006 1:51 PM | remove
  the price of steel has skyrocketed since asia has been demanding more, near where i work there is a car crusher and well they dont let a pile of scrap pellets sit more than a couple of weeks when they used to sit for a year or so
Posted by Blawkowski 5/8/2006 2:50 PM | remove
  À la Dow, l'acier a-t-il été récupéré avec la permission de Molson avant l'abandon de l'édifice ou ça été fait clandestinement?
Posted by nostra-YOUPPI! 5/8/2006 2:56 PM | remove
  oui, molson a fait une vente aux encheres en automne 1998 pour lenlevement des equipements, cest la le troue a ete couper dans le mur et la batisse a ete mis a labandon. impressionant mais la brasserie a quand meme ete tres a labri des street miner
Posted by SPEK Photo 5/9/2006 5:41 AM | remove
  Ils ons pratiquement tout pris. Il n'y a plus de cuivre dans le building, sauf pour les tout petit fils électriques.
Posted by Samurai 5/9/2006 5:58 AM | remove
  i hate it when you guys break into French... especially in the middle of a conversation. I feel so left out.
:o(

Posted by Boffo 5/9/2006 6:33 AM | remove
  Broken Translation courtesy of altavista!

In was Dow, steel recovered with the permission of Molson before the abandonment of the building or that done clandestinely?

yes, molson made an auction sale in autumn 1998 for lenlevement of the equipment, cest it perforates it has ete to cross in the wall and the masonry has put ete has labandon. impressionant but the brewery has when same ete very has labri street to mine

They ons practically very taken. There is no more copper in the building, except for the very small electric son.
Posted by Samurai 5/9/2006 8:10 AM | remove
  thanks boffo... i'm at work and didn't really have time for an online translator.

Posted by nostra-YOUPPI! 5/9/2006 12:14 PM | remove
  cest vrai jai pas rentrer au dow depuis 2001 mais en 2001 il y avais encore beaucoup de fils de cuivre intact
Posted by maZe 5/9/2006 1:40 PM | remove
  Y'a pu rien à la Dow, à part des montagnes (oui, oui, je vous jure), des MONTAGNES d'amiante, surtout dans les étages inférieurs des cuves. J'pense pas autant avoir vu d'amiante en tas comme ça de ma vie. La nuit, lorsqu'il vente, tu vois toutes les poussières d'amiante dans le faisceau des lampes de poche... hmmm.
Posted by nel58 5/9/2006 4:42 PM | remove
  Boffo and Samurai....fils électriques= electric wires...one wire= un fil. Many wires=des fils..(don't pronouce the S)
Un fils (pronounce the S)=one son...french is hard ! Don't worry,it's also hard for frenchies !!
Posted by Agent Skelly 5/9/2006 5:09 PM | remove
  I understand what most of you guys are saying :)
Posted by nostra-YOUPPI! 5/9/2006 5:48 PM | remove
  i remember when hazmat was called to jenkins because they busted the insulators off the transformers for the copper and well oil leaked, i think at jenkins a leaking transfo was the least of thier worried

Posted by SPEK Photo 5/13/2006 3:45 AM | remove
  Hey! looks like people start to notice asbestos at Dow and we can't notice copper in there anymore. Copper stealing is part of the asbestos problem in there.
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