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How Often Should Your Business’s Septic System Be Pumped?

Your business’s septic system may be out of sight, but you definitely don’t want it out of mind. When the tank gets too full, the wastewater has nowhere to go except back into your building, potentially resulting in lost revenue and productivity as well as an expensive cleanup. Regular septic tank pumping is important to […]

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How to Implement an Effective Stormwater Management System

When left unchecked, stormwater can have devastating effects on private and public property, like soil erosion, flooding, and/or diminished water quality. As such, implementing an effective stormwater management system is critical. The following article provides an overview of stormwater management, including what it is, why it’s important, and how to best to implement it. What […]

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Grease Traps vs. Grease Interceptors

Grease traps and grease interceptors perform similar functions—i.e., preventing fats, oils, and grease (FOG) from leaving a kitchen facility and entering the sewer system. These compounds are byproducts of cooking that stem from food materials containing fats and oils, such as meat and dairy products. When disposed of down a drain, they can stick to […]

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How to Maintain Your Commercial Kitchen

Commercial kitchens have the capacity to produce an astounding amount of food—and an astounding amount of waste, including fats, oils, and greases (FOG). These kitchens are in use all day, and in some cases, all night as well, which only emphasizes the need for everything to be in working order.   Regular maintenance and proper […]

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Commercial Catch Basins

Commercial catch basins are an integral part of environmental protection. Properly cleaning and maintaining storm water structures helps communities prevent flooding and other adverse water-related incidents. It’s up to city staff and property owners to ensure that they keep catch basins clear of debris and minimize contamination risks. Catch basins are generally found along curbs […]

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Interesting Plumbing Facts You Never Knew

Great plumbing and the technology of the sewer system is something that is often taken for granted, but has a rich and fascinating history full of interesting plumbing facts you never knew. We all know that skilled plumbers and drain cleaners are vital to keeping homes and businesses running smoothly today, but do you know […]

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An Inside Look at Storm Drains

Storm drains are infrastructure components found in curbsides or parking lots that collect rainwater runoff to prevent the flooding of streets and commercial and residential properties. Once the drain collects the watershed, it moves the water through a system of underground piping, culverts, and drainage ditches into local waterways. The critical function that storm drains […]

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Caring for Your Septic System

If something goes wrong with the septic system in your business, it can be a major expense to replace it. Because of this, proper maintenance is a necessity to protect your septic system from damage. If you take the correct steps to care for your septic system before problems arise, the septic tank will last […]

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The Commercial Business of Grease Traps

Grease traps (also known as grease interceptors, grease converters, and grease recovery devices) are strategically placed traps in drains and waste pipes that hold fats, oils, and greases (known as FOG). Engineers design grease traps to prevent FOG from entering sewer systems, where these substances can cause serious plumbing clogs, sewer backups, and overflows. It’s […]

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Our Mack Midnight Blue is Pumper Magazine’s Classy Truck of the Month!

Our 2017 Mack Midnight Blue GU713 was recently selected by Pumper Magazine as it’s Classy Truck of the Month for February 2019. To read more about our truck, please click here.

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