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  less than 1.0% ash
$249.90 /ton
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  8400 BTU/lb
  .52% ash
$279.90 /ton
  8600 BTU/lb
  .39% ash
$289.90 /ton
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  .37% ash
$299.90 /ton
 
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    Garage? Shed? No problem. But the forklift might not make it up to the attic.
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