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Off topic & small talk: Chatterbox (Page 996)

Topic created on 14th Jan. 2019 | Page: 996 of 1074 | Answers: 10,738 | Views: 1,362,391
HerrLauer
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Bought a Christmas tree today!

Merry Christmas to you all...

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Falko
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Did anyone know that in several German cities it is completely forbidden to spread road salt on the sidewalks in winter? Anyone caught doing this in these cities has to pay a fine of up to 10,000 euros. I have just read > https://www.prosieben.de/serien/newstime/news/ordnungswidrigkeit-salz-streuen-gegen-glaette-kann-teuer-werden-334677

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Stromberg
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Falko wrote on 30.11.2023 at 22:08: Did anyone know that in several cities in Germany it is completely forbidden to spread road salt on the sidewalks in winter? Anyone caught doing this in these cities has to pay a fine of up to 10,000 euros. I just read that > https://www.prosieben.de/serien/newstime/news/ordnungswidrigkeit-salz-streuen-gegen-glaette-kann-teuer-werden-334677

It's the same here...

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Andre
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Stromberg wrote on 30.11.2023 at 22:38:

It's the same with us...

At first I just shook my head, but further down in the article is the explanation and it actually makes sense

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Falke
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Andre wrote on 30.11.2023 at 22:41:

I just shook my head at first, but further down in the article is the explanation and it actually makes sense

Now you've made me curious.


But I only get a 404 error message with the link.

Why does it make sense now?

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Langhans
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Interwetten charges €2 for a PSC payout Hmm...I don't know anything like that. I never have anything to do with them and I don't want to, but thanks to a mini offer I made a little profit and now they want to take something away from me again

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Falko
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Stromberg wrote on 30.11.2023 at 22:38:It's the same with us...

I don't even know if it's forbidden in my town. After I always used road salt after clearing the snow this morning and in the days before, I was a bit shocked when I read that. But what does the winter road clearance service use as an alternative when the roads and footpaths are as smooth as glass? Grit and sand are left lying around and then you have to sweep it all up again, which I don't think is a really good alternative.

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Bluff
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Langhans wrote on 30.11.2023 at 23:17: Interwetten charges €2 for a PSC payout Hmm...I don't know anything like that. I never have anything to do with them and I don't want to, but thanks to a mini offer I made a little profit and now they want to take something away from me again

Yes, I think it's cheeky that they still charge fees for a payout these days

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Stromberg
Elite

Falko wrote on 30.11.2023 at 23:21:

I don't even know if that's forbidden in my town. After I always used road salt after clearing the snow this morning and in the days before, I was a bit shocked when I read that. But what does the winter road clearance service use as an alternative when the roads and footpaths are as smooth as glass? Grit and sand are left lying around and then you have to sweep it all up again, which I don't think is a really good alternative.

As far as I know, only private individuals are not allowed to spread salt.

Local authorities etc. should use as little salt as possible, but it is permitted.... As far as I know

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ruhrpott
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So when it's my turn to take care of the snow, I sweep first and then sprinkle granulate. That also helps to stop it freezing over.

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