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Improve Your Property's Sanitation System

Hello, my name is Terry. Welcome to my blog. This blog is about a subject which isn't very popular - sanitation. However, while alot of people don't like to talk about toilet waste, it is a fact of life. I recently moved into a new home by the ocean on the western coast of Australia. It is a lovely property in a fantastic spot. There was one problem which soon made itself known when I arrived. The toilets did not work properly. When waste was flushed down them, it didn't seem to go anywhere. I called in a sanitation expert who inspected the system and gave me plenty of advice. In the end, I installed a new septic tank. I learnt a lot during the process so I decided to start this blog.

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4 Accessories You May Need for Your Chemical Metering Pumps
27 June 2017

Chemical metering pumps help to automate the proce

Getting the most out of your skip
23 June 2017

If you've got a lot of waste or debris you need to

Separating Misconception From Fact About a Residential Septic System
22 June 2017

A residential septic system is a good choice for h

What to Look For In a New Residential Vacuum Cleaner
20 June 2017

Your residential vacuum cleaner is very important,

4 Accessories You May Need for Your Chemical Metering Pumps

Chemical metering pumps help to automate the process of discharging chemicals into process fluids in accordance with the interests of the user. Several accessories can help those metering pumps to work without any avoidable mishap. This article discusses some of those accessories that you should consider buying for your chemical metering pump. Diaphragm Valves Diaphragm valves serve different purposes depending on their point of installation. For example, they can be installed on the calibration column of the chemical metering pump. Read More 

Getting the most out of your skip

If you've got a lot of waste or debris you need to get rid of, a skip is an efficient way to dispose of it. But whether you're hiring your skip just once or have a long-term contract for skip bin services, you want to make sure that you get the most out of your skip, ensuring the maximum amount of waste disposal at minimum expense. Here are some important tips for getting the best out of your hire. Read More 

Separating Misconception From Fact About a Residential Septic System

A residential septic system is a good choice for homes that are not connected to a city sewer system, such as very rural cottages or farm homes. They're also good if your home's connection to the city sewer system is often interrupted, such as by floods or frozen pipes. Whatever your reasons for considering a septic system for the home, you want to ensure you care for it properly and don't confuse misconception or assumption with fact; note a few considerations about such a system, and discuss these with an installer as needed. Read More 

What to Look For In a New Residential Vacuum Cleaner

Your residential vacuum cleaner is very important, as properly vacuuming up dust, dirt, pet hair and dander, and other debris actually keeps the air in your home clean. This also helps to preserve carpet fibres and the finish of laminate and other flooring surfaces. You can also use a vacuum for cleaning drapery and heating vents, and this will also contribute to a cleaner home environment. When you're ready for a new vacuum for your home, note a few features to look for so you know you get the right one for your needs: Read More