Important Tips For Restaurant Grease Trap Care And Maintenance


One of the least pleasant aspects of owning a restaurant is dealing with its commercial grease traps. The grease in the traps isn't the most pleasant smelling substance, and it requires regular removal to prevent expensive plumbing clogs. To keep your restaurant's grease traps working correctly and your plumbing flowing freely, follow these important tips. Tip: Dump as Much Waste Grease and Oil in the Trash as Possible To protect your grease traps and keep them from having to be pumped out too frequently, make it a policy in your restaurant that all waste grease and oil is scraped into trash cans rather than sending it down the drains.

21 November 2018

Why You Should Not Dispose Of Chemicals In Your Septic System


Your septic system wasn't designed to handle chemical waste. Things like pesticides, oil wastes, fertilizer, and fuel residues should not go down the drain. Here are some of the bad things that may happen if you dispose of chemicals in the sewer tank. Effect on Septic Tank Efficiency One of the first adverse effects of disposing chemicals in the septic system is that it will affect the balance of microorganisms in the septic tank.

23 September 2018

Key Points For Taking Care Of Your Septic Tank System


If you are new to having a septic tank system, it is important for you to learn as much as you can about the care of them. This way, you will not have to worry as much about problems that could have been avoided with some care and proper maintenance. Here are some key points that you need to remember when it comes to the care of septic tank systems:

6 June 2018

3 Reasons You Should Avoid Using Septic Tank Additives


Septic tank additives are chemicals that claim to help break waste down in your septic tank, reducing the frequency in which you need to have your septic tank pumped and cleaned. Since having your septic tank pumped and cleaned may be pricey, it can be enticing to try out these relatively inexpensive additives and reduce the frequency in which you need to maintain and pay for septic services. However, if something seems too good to be true, it usually is.

8 April 2018

3 Tips For Keeping Your Septic Tank In Good Working Order


If the home you are about to move into is equipped with a septic tank, you may have to adjust your daily water usage if you want to keep the tank in good working order. In addition to changing how you perform certain household tasks, you should also ensure that no one in your family dumps something down a drain that will not play well with the tank. To that end, here are a few tips to keep in mind to prevent damage to your septic tank.

14 March 2018

Tips for Providing Restroom Facilities for Your Visitors


If you are holding an event there's a way from town and has no public facilities available, you need a way to provide restrooms for your guests. There are several solutions that you may want to look into. From porta potties two bathroom facilities mounted on trailers, deciding which ones you need for your event might come down to cost and availability as well as the need for accessibility buy guest.

22 January 2018