The best thing I remember about Fibreglass at Bidston was the stuff they used to throw on the tip. For example, when they had a duff batch of chopped strand matting where the resin had not taken and the strands were all coming apart, then they would dump that. They would also dump quite a few metres of good stuff that was either side of the fault. A "Steptoe" like me would salvage the good bits. I used a load of it to reinforce the asphalt on a big flat roof and did lots of repairs on my old VW (splitscreen) camper.
They also had some sort of Research & Development Dept because at times you would find all sorts of "interesting" mouldings. The ones I remember best were obviously experimental lampposts. In effect these were tapered fibreglass tubes around 16" at one end 6" at the other and around 5-6 metres long. Sneaking those off the tip was a challenge, but in those days there was little or no control! Usually they were coloured in all sorts of gaudy colours - bright yellow, green red, blue or even a mixture. The great thing was the narrow end of one would fit nicely into the wide end of another so you could build a very long tube. That is what we did. The tube was buried in the ground on a property and used to carry water pipes, electric cables, phone/ intercom extensions etc from the house to an outbuilding around 100 metres away. Fish wires were left in the tubes so that extra cables etc could be fed through at a later date. Worked a treat.
5 Precepts of Buddhism seem appropriate. Refrain from taking life. Refrain from taking that which is not given. Refrain from misconduct. Refrain from lying. Refrain from intoxicants which lead to loss of mindfulness