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Old January 20th 05, 01:58 PM
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Default Ro Water Delivered To Your Door!!

Hi guys and girls...

So many aquarists (particularly marine) are using RO water and most of you probably having to visit your lacal shop regularly to purchase it. My company Aquatic Impact Has now decided to add a delivery service to its current range of fishkeeping services

In brief the service comprises:

Sale of RO water 4.00 per 25L container
Sale of Readymixed salt RO 8.50 per 25L container
Water change and gravel cleaning service 2.00 surcharge per container
Selection of frozen foods
All common medications
Selection of ancillary products
Selection of consumable products (carbon, filter sponges etc..)

Whoever drives the van (mostly myself) will have a comprehensive knowledge of fishkeeping and be able to offer advice on any aspect of fishkeeping.

The minimum order level will be 2 containers of water per delivery although the water is safe to store for quite a while, all other products are available by order with the water or at the point of delivery.

I hope this will make your lifes a lot easier!! The prices for water are slightly higher than some shops charge but of course the petrol and hassle saved should more than compensate, please let me know your thoughts.

If anyone is interested in signing up (The service goes live early march) Let me know asap by email or pm me here, we will be able to cover almost all well populated areas throughout the country and we operate a container exchange and hire policy so we can drop off water even when your out! (we're like the milkman) Cheers
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Old January 21st 05, 04:22 AM
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"Charles" wrote in message
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| will you deliver to California?
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Aye! Oregon, too.

Fool. Post on a global forum for a local service without even saying
what the locale is.

And how do you "pm" someone on a newsgroup?


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Old January 31st 05, 02:47 PM
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That is pretty funny.
Technically, they don't specify...lol.



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Old February 1st 05, 03:47 AM
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"Deepseafisher" -DONTEMAIL wrote in
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| That is pretty funny.
| Technically, they don't specify...lol.


Technically, hell. The only way one can tell is the british monetary
units and the decidedly british speech here and there. Still only
narrows it down to half a dozen or so countries. g


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Old February 1st 05, 03:02 PM
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"Billy" wrote in message
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"Deepseafisher" -DONTEMAIL wrote in
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| That is pretty funny.
| Technically, they don't specify...lol.


Technically, hell. The only way one can tell is the british monetary
units and the decidedly british speech here and there. Still only
narrows it down to half a dozen or so countries. g




If you look at the address posted it is clearly The United Kingdom. I don't
know why people are so confused. There is no guesswork at all when it ends
in .uk http://www.aquaticimpact.co.uk/


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Old February 1st 05, 03:28 PM
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"Margolis" wrote in message
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"Billy" wrote in message
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"Deepseafisher" -DONTEMAIL wrote in
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| That is pretty funny.
| Technically, they don't specify...lol.


Technically, hell. The only way one can tell is the british monetary
units and the decidedly british speech here and there. Still only
narrows it down to half a dozen or so countries. g




If you look at the address posted it is clearly The United Kingdom. I
don't
know why people are so confused. There is no guesswork at all when it
ends
in .uk http://www.aquaticimpact.co.uk/


Hehe! well....it's amazing how may US citizens think that something ending
in .au means Austin, Texas ;0

It still makes me wonder, to this day, if the average citizen in the US
realises there are actually other countries out there besides the USA? LOL!


Oz

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