How A Contractor Might Deal With A Crack In Your Septic Tank

30 December 2017
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One reason regular septic tank inspections are important is because they catch problems with cracks that develop. A concrete tank can crack due to age, earth movement, or because the concrete wasn't made and poured properly. While older tanks may be more prone to cracking, fairly new ones can crack too if they weren't made properly or if there is a minor earthquake that jolts the tank. Cracks allow water to seep into the tank and sewage to leak out, so they must be repaired. Read More 

Keep Porta Potty Maintenance From Ruining Your Event

13 December 2017
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It doesn't make a difference if you're arranging a huge outdoor event or a lawn wedding; you'll most likely need to lease portable restroom trailers. Porta potties are a need for most outdoor events, however as you may have seen, now and then they aren't that perfect. You might wonder what is an ideal approach to keep your porta potties cleaner throughout your event; this article will go through four snappy tips to help you ace your porta potty upkeep:  Read More 

Do You Need Separate Construction Site Toilets For Male And Female Employees?

28 September 2017
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While construction was once a fairly gender segregated field, the most recent figures from 2014 show that women now make up at least 9% of the industry. This has effects throughout the workplace, including altering the facilities you need in order to accommodate the health and hygiene needs of your workforce. Find out what the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) require and what's best for worker safety and satisfaction. Read More 

3 Common Household Items That Can Surprisingly Ruin Your Septic System

2 August 2017
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Shampooing carpet, washing windows, and repairing leaky faucets are all part of maintaining your home. While these are considered priorities by most homeowners, focusing on your home's septic system is also important. This system is an imperative part of removing waste from the home in a safe, efficient manner. Unfortunately, you may not realize how disposing of certain items down the toilet and tub or sink drains can damage your septic system. Read More 

3 Tips To Reduce Septic Pumping Frequency

17 April 2017
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If your home relies on a septic system to remove wastewater and raw sewage, then you know the importance of regularly pumping your septic tank to prevent costly (and stinky) sewer backups. While homeowners know that regular pumping is important when it comes to maintaining the function of a septic system, few know that some simple maintenance tasks can actually help reduce the frequency with which a tank needs to be pumped. Read More