Cleaning up garbage after a demo job

7-May, 2019
610 747 Ko‘rishlar soni

Using a Kubota KX121-3 excavator and IHI CL35 tracked skid steer to clean up garbage after to finish a demolition job.

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  • Great video, Did that place pay you for the tires? Keep up the hard work

    jeff Mcallisterjeff Mcallister21 soat oldin
  • That second car was a Lincoln Zephyr from the 30's . In decent condition, they can sell for big bucks. Believe it or not,there were still some parts on that car worth saving.

    looklookerlookinglooklookerlooking3 kun oldin
    • Its probably still in that spot.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata3 kun oldin
  • As I have said before, don't waste. I have seen you crush and throw away parts that others would be desperate for and willing to even pay to get. Things useable for restoration of Obsolescent stuff, and even applicable to late items, or newly created Ideas. I have at times noted some of these stemming from your own imagining.

    Fritz DoerringFritz Doerring6 kun oldin
  • I remember watching one of your videos where you demonstrated gas can replacement nozzle and vents that you can add. Can you send link or remind me of brand to look for

    Richard CoteRichard Cote11 kun oldin
  • u do good work

    Peggy BarnhillPeggy Barnhill15 kun oldin
  • 1937 cevrolet...

    Antti MajaAntti Maja16 kun oldin
  • No olipa aika erikoinen jätteen käsittely laitos 🥺 vesistö ihan vieressä?

    Antti MajaAntti Maja16 kun oldin
  • Facebook اياد الحفار

    اياد اياداياد اياد17 kun oldin
  • Good operator and good equipment for the job

    Jim WilliamsonJim Williamson20 kun oldin
  • Did the Town make her clean that mess up? What a dump.

    joe hopesjoe hopes25 kun oldin
  • your videos to mee is like a Netflix series 😂👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻✌🏻✌🏻✌🏻✌🏻

    shivam mahajanshivam mahajan27 kun oldin
  • Jst completed watching 5 video of your work today satisfaction done 😍 i watch your videos daily its jst keep on going M loving it

    shivam mahajanshivam mahajan27 kun oldin
  • thanks 4 video. be kind... ///,,,//,,;;;

    1944chevytruck1944chevytruck29 kun oldin
  • Where is this located?

    Stephen Safran iiiStephen Safran iiiOy oldin
  • It's just so satisfying watching your videos. Great job!

    park1035park1035Oy oldin
  • DIY King

    Can GuderCan GuderOy oldin
  • Awesome vidoes that are informative and enjoyable!

    hannah moulderhannah moulderOy oldin
  • 26:20 you can see the oil running directly into the river 🤦‍♂️

    Ruben KelevraRuben KelevraOy oldin
  • Why didn't you bring your stone seperator? I'm sure that would have come handy :)

    Ruben KelevraRuben KelevraOy oldin
  • Yikes who passed off on a scrap yard on the river bank. Dumb idea.

    AllenSeeAllenDoAllenSeeAllenDoOy oldin
  • 24:22 what song is this I really like it Andrew. Or anyone that knows please tell me.

    Dom BoningpiseDom BoningpiseOy oldin
  • "This barn is an eyesore, let's get rid of it but then NOT do anything about the refuse so that there's just giant piles of garbage all over our property afterward." "BRILLIANT!"

    shaun browneshaun browne2 oy oldin
  • Great video

    Kenton StoutKenton Stout2 oy oldin
  • I wonder how he prices these jobs

    mr zedmr zed2 oy oldin
  • I wouldn't worry about it! They left you hanging and a loader to pay for. Let them clean up their mess.

    James DiehlJames Diehl2 oy oldin
  • Hi Andrew At the rate you work you will be rich and then god help us we will have to pay to talk to you 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤔 I’ve got it now how people save. Just work all the hours god sends then you don’t have time to spend money

    billbo1852billbo18522 oy oldin
  • I think Andrew could do dentistry with that equipment.

    G BensonG Benson2 oy oldin
  • Pontiac LaSalle 36:12 d2vuc6owleku2s.cloudfront.net/auctions/ar0612/ar0612-129568/images/ar0612-129568_3.jpg

    Sheila WalkerSheila Walker2 oy oldin
  • how do folks let their places become such a flaming mess. Clean it up as you go.

    Burn Dog AustraliaBurn Dog Australia2 oy oldin
  • As you can tell work is fascinating....Some of us could watch it all day....

    David WileyDavid Wiley2 oy oldin
    • I used to pay big $ to watch my grader clean off lots and dig basements for me...we all stood around and watched.....

      David WileyDavid Wiley2 oy oldin
  • Good to see the Lab report is being completed .....

    David WileyDavid Wiley2 oy oldin
  • I enjoy your videos so much that I watch them over and over, I hope you’re still working and getting jobs! I hope you’ll have some new videos soon brother! You’re definitely the Man! Much respect brother! I love your Castle too and those pups, I hope Levi is doing good! That Cody is a character! Thanks Andrew!

    Kirk RogersKirk Rogers2 oy oldin
  • I really like how you edit your videos and time lapse so we see all the progress of the job! Your videos are awesome Andrew my friend! 👌🏻👍🏻👍🏻

    Kirk RogersKirk Rogers2 oy oldin
  • Amazing to me why people let their property go like that. In Camden NJ this is normal.

    Glenn C SR.Glenn C SR.2 oy oldin
  • I know this jobsite I looked at it in like 2016 or 2017. It was to far and to small for me coming out of Gilboa. I was doing a boiler install a few places down and a woman stopped because she seen my truck said excavation on the side of it. I do mostly hvac now but was into excavation and never removed it from my service truck. It's funny I just ran across this video.

    Mr BrownMr Brown2 oy oldin
    • That is funny.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata2 oy oldin
  • At 34:20 this cracked me up "there's no more piles of garbage well except for that pile that I was told to leave"

    MWMW2 oy oldin
  • You go to put a bridge up that only has very clean materials stuff that I don't think would hurt a river and you have to put containment material up all over the place

    dogiit1dogiit12 oy oldin
  • Nice governor or town leaders they allow a scrap yard next to a river fucking genius

    dogiit1dogiit12 oy oldin
  • Be thankful they do it because when they don't use it and get sick of looking at it they might call you back to remove

    dogiit1dogiit12 oy oldin
  • you should stop doing that kid 2 if a customer wants to save a pile of crap wpod you should have no opinion on it

    dogiit1dogiit12 oy oldin
  • No big white truck what did you do kill the clutch gearbox transmission

    dogiit1dogiit12 oy oldin
  • That'll be the day

    Noe EnriquezNoe Enriquez2 oy oldin
  • Nice video and thanks for sharing. Washington State?

    The SentinelThe Sentinel3 oy oldin
  • The golf clubs going in the dumpster was the funniest part

    Brian ABrian A3 oy oldin
  • Every time I see a missed spot within a minute or so I see that Andrew nailed it. Takes all my supervisory capacity to a peaceful place.

    JACK CONNORJACK CONNOR3 oy oldin
  • That basketball tried so hard to get away!!

    Maggie SueMaggie Sue3 oy oldin
  • I’m amazed at your work ethic, ingenuity. Proud to be in the Hudson Valley.

    JohnsRadiosJohnsRadios3 oy oldin
  • So, here I am watching Andrew pick up garbage with his skid steer CL35 and excavator KX121-3 late at night when I fully realize that I have to get up very early the next morning to meet my responsibilities. I was hypnotized or something.

    Liza Carnaje ChipmanLiza Carnaje Chipman4 oy oldin
  • Hi Andrew I wanna have a private chat with you

    Team # MotivationTeam # Motivation4 oy oldin
  • Andrew, buddy! I don't think that there is any garbage out there. Not by the proper definition of garbage. I am 73 (born in '47) and I recall the first garbage disposals being put into kitchen sinks. Before that, it was a little, 1/4 pan shaped, plastic receptacle in the corner of the kitchen sink. It was periodically emptied. It was usually emptied into a few layers of newspaper. Then wrapped and taken out to the "garbage paid" on the back porch. It was put on the curb on trash day or on a separate day called "garbage day" and picked up by the garbage truck on whatever day was specified. I was no older than 7 when we got the garbage disposal and my grandfather installed it. It was monumental like getting a VCR. No more "taking out the garbage". What you commonly call garbage may not be garbage but merely trash. Your friend and admirer, Richard

    Richard HolbeckRichard Holbeck4 oy oldin
  • 26:50 A scrap yard right next to a waterway. What could ever go wrong? :)

    jrreganjrregan4 oy oldin
    • Nothing, they can load barges easy for efficient recycling.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata4 oy oldin
  • If you had gotten the job, you would've cleaned up the job site. That is how you roll. Do it right the first time. Love your work ethic, Andrew.

    Robert LatheRobert Lathe4 oy oldin
  • Wow your work ethic is amazing, you put everything into all the jobs you complete and it almost makes it look like every job you do, your doing for yourself! as if its your property. amazing

    David George MaceDavid George Mace4 oy oldin
  • Thr 121-3 is thee machine for the job.

    Joe PolJoe Pol4 oy oldin
  • The hardest thing for me on cleaning up demo jobs is all the little pieces of debris that’s ALWAYS left over, it’s virtually impossible to do with any type of machine! It’s usually NEVER in the budget but putting 4-5in of fresh dirt over the area looks best and helps keep the water puddling down also. Obviously they were trying to sell the property (as Andrew said) and they didn’t want to spend much on cleaning up the mess! Nice work bro Andrew👍🏼

    Eagle EyesEagle Eyes4 oy oldin
  • I wish I could move as fast as he does

    Robert mitchellRobert mitchell4 oy oldin
  • I got to know one thing, who are the assmuches who hit the "don't Like" tab? What the Hell is there not to like about all these videos? They're fantastic. And they're educational. As I type these words, 168 people, I assume they're people, have indicated they didn't like this video. What planet are they from? Just wondering.......

    Francis LaheyFrancis Lahey4 oy oldin
  • How did it go at the auction with the old car frame?

    Daveyhunter6Daveyhunter65 oy oldin
  • Реально дома делают из говна и палок. Нафига? Чтобы потом снести? А машинки классные.

    Mcsymm McSymmMcsymm McSymm5 oy oldin
  • Amazing how easy to locate the places Andrew does his work. Using drone pix as a guide, and google earth as a canvas, It took me about 10 minutes to find this place, the wood dump spot and the salvage yard.

    Pete StarkPete Stark5 oy oldin
  • For us BOOMER generation males this is the equivalent of playing with our TONKA toys

    Major Rick CorbinMajor Rick Corbin5 oy oldin
  • Молодец!!! Все чётко сделал.

    Андрей КалининАндрей Калинин5 oy oldin
  • Looks like the junk yard is leaching into the river!Surprised they would allow a junk yard so close to a river

    idomatter nonyaidomatter nonya5 oy oldin
    • That's the same thing agency mandated all gas cans be "Spill proof", then the resulting gas cans spilled 25% of the fuel on the ground. That is still a disaster. Plus they have ruined the great diesel engine which keeps our country running. When I am president, failed programs like that will be handled accordingly.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata5 oy oldin
    • @Andrew Camarata They would be Environmental Protection Agency

      idomatter nonyaidomatter nonya5 oy oldin
    • Its not. And who is they? Citys leach more into rivers than anything else.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata5 oy oldin
  • 綺麗な場所ですね 🌿🍂🇯🇵👍🚜

    UMEKAUMEKA5 oy oldin
  • You should have started kicking the basketball back and forth against the dumpster with the excavator, and then spead it up in time on the video. It would have been hilarious.

    roombaroomba6 oy oldin
  • Traveled NY State often, up the Taconic, down the thruway, along 86. Lived in Big Flats for a few years. Gotta tellya Andrew I really like what you do. Reminds me of a friend from Vermont who bought a barn on a huge acreage to house his toys and his activities. Love what you do.

    Ted van RynTed van Ryn6 oy oldin
  • отличная работа

    Александр БорисовичАлександр Борисович6 oy oldin
  • Andrew is a legend, the amount of work involved splitting up loads is time consuming & expensive, i found a tire recycle place that old tires for $2 ea & $4 ea in a rim, at the tip it's $30 ea & $35 in the rim, you gotta shop around & the eco warriors in Govt don't care about you having to travel to different dump sites to suit there needs..& who pays in the end it's you the consumer & that's why they charge so much....it's time plus tip fees & equipment on site to do the job.

    Tree BuzzardTree Buzzard6 oy oldin
  • Fascinating, oddly enough. The drone footage iced the cake.

    Steve PerkinsSteve Perkins6 oy oldin
  • You do a good job well done.

    Lew RoddLew Rodd6 oy oldin
  • You did a fantastic job! Shows you have pride in your work. You can put your name on this job. I have a Takeuchi TB180 FR excavator w/thumb and a Case 90XT. I have thought about a grapple bucket but not doing the same type job you are doing here. I can see how handy one would be.

    Walt FlansburgWalt Flansburg6 oy oldin
  • Im very interested in buying some equipment to start clean ups or land clearing, if you don't mind me asking, what's the detail and how do charge on a job like that, and thanks for the content, im going back and watching all your videos

    Jackson Blades N EdgesJackson Blades N Edges6 oy oldin
  • How much u got profit in this job

    Shanno LaliShanno Lali6 oy oldin
  • Andrew, Skid Steer & Operator was making $75.00 @ Hour in NY 2010

    Tom FletcherTom Fletcher6 oy oldin
  • Well done job bro

    Shahrukh KhanShahrukh Khan6 oy oldin
  • It is forbitten in the U.S, to dispose off by fire ?

    Stephen SStephen S6 oy oldin
    • Wood can be burnt. I would not burn tires/plastic. Just easier to get a dumpster here.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata6 oy oldin
  • Best part of this whole video was Andrew's conversation with Levi about the fox and groundhog.....I truly enjoy your channel, keep it up brother.

    Patrick CurriePatrick Currie6 oy oldin
  • 24:10 song name?

    JDM heartJDM heart6 oy oldin
  • Was wondering when we will get to see the Kubota work. Thanks.👍👍

    bohhica1bohhica16 oy oldin
  • talk about your drone you use

    Robert PolitiRobert Politi6 oy oldin
  • I would have doubled my original bid

    Travis ScottTravis Scott6 oy oldin
    • Than I would have done got to do the job, and the pile would probably still be there.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata6 oy oldin
  • I love Kubota equipment.

    RickbearcatRickbearcat6 oy oldin
  • The swing baring looks sloopy

    Kery CheshKery Chesh6 oy oldin
  • If I were to buy the property, I would demand that they remove those two junk cars and the barn wood that you left.

    broomstermbroomsterm6 oy oldin
  • Andrew, I've done a bunch of building demo's and I always have tiny pieces of debris left in the dirt. We end up spending hours picking through the mud to get the debris. The only alternative I can think of is to remove the top 1"-2" and bring in new dirt for the customer. What do you do?

    AtheystAtheyst7 oy oldin
    • Here are some tips: Try to keep everything in one spot. Load as much of the material into the dumpster before touching any dirt. Use a bucket with no teeth to scrape the ground clean (you are only dealing with a small amount of material at this point). Usually I can get the ground clean without throwing out much dirt. If you have to throw out dirt, do it, but dirt can get heavy quick for paying dumpster fees by weight. On some sites, maybe take away the top layer of dirt, and burry it somewhere else. Or add a fresh load of dirt/gravel over top.

      Andrew CamarataAndrew Camarata7 oy oldin
  • hey what state do you work in

    Carmichael ThompsonCarmichael Thompson7 oy oldin
  • I never thought about this but they must have really nice dirt with leaves falling and composting into the ground

    Chody_aka_codyChody_aka_cody7 oy oldin
  • Pretty good work, video and even music. I like this very much. Thank you!

    heureka47heureka477 oy oldin
  • What a different view after clean up. You da man Andrew. Thanks for a good show.

    Willaim R. KirklandWillaim R. Kirkland7 oy oldin
  • Молодец!!!!!!

    Cергей АлександровичCергей Александрович7 oy oldin
  • Good job Andrew.... It looks so much better. You could have spent another day in there fixing that junk yard. Have a great weekend.

    Brent King -gmail KingBrent King -gmail King7 oy oldin
  • QUESTION: Is anyone else questioning a dump, literally on the edge of a water way, lets say contamination after a rain or something like that?

    Larry WhiteLarry White7 oy oldin
  • You are really good with those machines.

    wayne maddywayne maddy7 oy oldin
  • Why would anybody want that junk car in their yard? "Oooooh! I'm going to fix that up and make a lot of money!" 20 years later, it's still there.

    Bobs YouruncleBobs Youruncle7 oy oldin
  • This mess is what you get when you trust a relative who can 'save you a lot of money and do a great job'.

    eltsen nestleeltsen nestle7 oy oldin
  • Another example of you get what you pay for. IE home owner thought they would save money and it only cost them time money and aggravation on the end. Great job man!

    bowhunter 85bowhunter 858 oy oldin
  • Nice !

    Kamil PyzaKamil Pyza8 oy oldin
  • Some people just never want to kept they yard look nice and clean. Some family just have they yard full of junk in they back yard or in the garage.

    HMOOB NEEJ TSHABHMOOB NEEJ TSHAB8 oy oldin
  • great vid - love Levi at the end too +v!

    Felix sFelix s8 oy oldin
  • Just WOW! You are amazing!

    Sharolet YoungSharolet Young8 oy oldin
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