• Medical Waste Disposal Procedures

    Medical waste needs to be disposed in a certain manner in order to keep everyone healthy and to keep potentially dangerous substances out of the water supply and landfills. However, there are many different types of medical waste. It's important for a clinic to know exactly how to dispose of each type of medical waste and understand that the vast majority of medical waste will need to be handled be companies that specialize in making sure that it is processed correctly.
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  • Tips for Getting the Most from Your Home's Septic System

    Your home's septic system is one of the most critical parts of the house because if this system stops working, you will experience significant backups and water damage to your home. Sadly, many homeowners will not think much about this system until problems have already started to develop. Here are a couple of tips you can follow to minimize the risk of these problems arriving and learn how to address future changes with your system that you may need.
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  • 6 Items That Should Never Make Their Way Into Your Septic System

    The septic tank and all of its components may be tucked out of site and basically forgotten, but when something goes wrong, there is no doubt that it will get your attention. Before you ever have a problem, it is imperative that you treat your septic system with a little respect by learning what should never be flushed down any drain. Here are six items that should never find their way into your septic system.
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  • The Ins And Outs Of Owning Your New Septic Tank

    Your new septic system is a complex environment comprised of bacteria and waste water from your home. If your septic tank installation is working properly, your septic system will take in sewage from your home and then turn that sewage into relatively clean water. This water in turn is redistributed back into the environment. In general, your septic system requires little direct maintenance from you. However, knowing what can acceptably go into the system, as well as what should come back out and when, will help you maintain your septic system properly.
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