Re: Concrete Removal
A jack hammer or roto-hammer will break those things apart, but do not try to bury the rubble, you'll end up making an even bigger headache the next time you want a to change something or worse, problems for the next person to do work in the yard. Best case scenario is you take the rubble to a recycler, worst case you send it to the landfill. You can feed small amounts of it into your street pick-up trash bin and it will be gone in short order.
The large blocks will likely be too large/deep/heavy to move or have any other use, however the two larger flat pieces may have use as step stones or walkway in front of a patio door.
I suffer from CDO ... Its like OCD, but in alphabetical order, LIKE IT SHOULD BE!!!