Thanks for your suggestions. I'm not looking to spend more than $20 or so, so a dedicated destroyer doesn't meet my cheapness requirement. Heating them may produce dangerous fumes, plus it doesn't meet my bulk requirement - I cannot place 300 discs out in the sun, each individually exposed - I would surely lose my lease
Here's what I am thinking. First, what I cannot do, but wish I could:
Tie them up with a string, double (or triple) clear bag them, hang them on top of a target and shoot them a few times. That would be quick, and it would produce little garbage outside the bag. Unfortunately (or fortunately?), I don't have a gun, and if I did I don't know where I would do this here in Florida, legally.
Here's the plan so far:
I will freeze them in bulk, just for the heck of it - can't help them, and it's easy enough to do. Hopefully it will do a bit of damage. If not, at least nothing is gained. Then I will double bag them, in a special arrangement that involves a bit of tape, and run them over with my car. I'm thinking of placing something underneath, like a chain, to maximize the damage. If it works the way I think it will, I should have CD soup in a bag. I'll then divide into X parts, disposed of at X different locations.
I will try, for fun, to drill a hole in a stack of ~40 - just to see if it works. Before I came up with the car idea I was gonna saw them into 2 or 4 pieces.
Suggestions welcomed before I put it into practice.