Strange, but real question about disposing of old (ancient) gasoline.

Strange, but real question about disposing of old (ancient) gasoline.

Bignuf Bignuf
We have no recycling place that will take it. Local car repair places think I am a nutcase for asking, but we have some TEN YEAR OLD gasoline (three 10 gallon cans), that, I am sure have turned to varnish. They were in an old garage to power a generator when a hurricane came through a decade ago. I just found them under a tarp while cleaning up.

So, any suggestion for safe, legal disposal of very, very old gasoline?

Thanks if anyone has any practical ideas or experience.
11/29/2012
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luvslukin luvslukin
You should check to see if you have a local "freecycle" or use the local Craigslist free section. It is probably still okay for use with lawnmowers and such so someone with a landscaping company would love to have it I'm sure.
11/29/2012
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