Tips To Help Prevent The Premature Overflow Of Your Septic Tank

Posted on: 13 May 2015

In order to prevent an overflow, most homeowners will simply need to have their septic tank pumped every three to five years. However, some homeowners will find themselves dealing with an overflowing tank long before this schedule maintenance becomes due. Oftentimes, this is a result of minor mistakes in the way that water is used in their household. For instance, the need to process large amounts of waste water each day can lead to a premature overflow.
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The Artist's Guide To Carpet Cleaning

Posted on: 12 May 2015

If you've been dabbling in painting and other art projects, you've probably been laying down tarp, newsprint, and other protective covers. However, paint and art adhesives are often pesky and get on carpets anyway! Here's a look at a few different art mediums and how to get them out of your carpet. 1. Removing Oil Paint Put a little turpentine on a cotton ball to dab the stain with. Since turpentine is flammable, use a damp washcloth of warm water over the area after the stain is picked up.
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Medical Waste Disposal Procedures

Posted on: 12 May 2015

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

Posted on: 6 May 2015

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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