There are three guys.
Guy one owns a house. He wants to put new siding up on it. So he hires guy two to side his house. Guy two takes the job and in the process gets work for guy three to help him with the siding job.
Guy three owns a pickup truck while guy two has neither a car nor a license.
Guy two and three tear down the siding. It is aluminum.
Guy three is tasked with compacting the aluminum and throwing it into the back of his pickup truck. Making three trips, guy three loads and unloads 950 pounds of aluminum for a total lootness of $780.
How would you dish out/divide/give the money?
Guy one owns the siding. But he needs it removed from his yard, this is part of doing the siding regardless of whether or not it's wood, vinyl, or aluminum.
Guy two was hired by guy one to side his house. Removal of the siding from the job site is part.
Guy two brought in guy three who cleaned up the aluminum and moved it in his truck.
Who gets the money? Does it all go to the owner? Does it get split between the three? Between a pair?