Helpful Tips When Cleaning Water Tanks

26 December 2017
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Many homes have rainwater tanks that can become hazardous due to infrequent or improper cleaning. This article discusses some of the tips that you should keep in mind when you are cleaning your rainwater tank. Ensure Proper Ventilation It may be necessary for you to enter the water tank to clean it thoroughly. Make sure that the tank is well ventilated before you get into it. Proper ventilation will keep you safe from asphyxiation while you are working. Read More 

Why You Have To Be Careful With What You Put Into a Skip Bin

24 October 2017
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If you have an extensive renovation project in your future, you may be getting in touch with various contractors in order to help you out. You may be figuring out what you're going to bring in as part of the development, but also calculating how to dispose of a myriad of unwanted items. Add to your list a skip bin services company, and get in touch with them well in advance so that you have a means to dispose of what you don't need. Read More 

Chemical Dosing Equipment for Small Pub Establishments

24 October 2017
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If you own a small pub, then you know the importance of sanitation. This importance is not just limited to the food production line, kitchen workers, or waitstaff. It also spans out to your brewery stations, alcohol dispensing, and into your kitchen supply and storage areas. One of the ways to deal with this is to use chemical dosing solutions and equipment for sanitation purposes. You may already have the solutions covered, but here are some equipment choices to consider. Read More 

Reduce How Often Your Septic Tank Needs Pumping With These Tips

22 October 2017
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As a septic tank owner, you need to get your septic tank pumped occasionally. Pumping removes solids from the tank and creates more room so that the tank can work correctly. However, there are ways to reduce how often you need pumping. Take a look at these tips: 1. Be Careful About What You Flush Feminine hygiene products, paper towels and flushable wipes can all be hard on your septic tank, and they all increase the amount of unnecessary solid waste that is in the tank. Read More