Is It A Clogged Drain Or A Septic Failure?

Diagnosing plumbing issues becomes even trickier when you have a septic tank rather than a municipal sewage system. Here are some steps to take when your drain isn't working right but you're not sure of the cause yet. Indoor Sewage Odors or Wet Spots The first clue you have is whether you smell any sewage odors indoors. Or, if you see some wet spots on the carpet that smell like sewage. [Read More]

Sanitizing Your Dumpsters For "Clean Catch" Refuse: How To Do It

If you are in the business of renting out dumpsters, you know how important it is to keep your dumpsters clean. You will frequently have people jumping into or walking into dumpsters in order to retrieve something that should not have been tossed or placing items carefully inside the dumpsters. Some customers will even want to rent dumpsters for "clean catch" refuse, which is often the siding or other materials that can be recycled and put to good use. [Read More]

Two Reasons Why A Portable Toilet Is An Absolute Must For Your Next Party

When you're throwing a party, you have a lot of details to pay attention to.  You need great food, excellent music, and the perfect mix of guests to set the right atmosphere.  However, in all of your planning, you may be missing one very important factor:  your attendees will need to use the restroom.  If the event is occurring at your home, this means that your bathroom will likely be used very heavily. [Read More]

Sanitation Tips For Commercial Kitchens

If you own a restaurant or manage the kitchen staff at an office building or school, then there is a good chance that sanitation is high on your list of priorities. Here are some tips for making sure that you get it right, that your customers stay healthy and satisfied, and that your food is perfect. 1. Use Two-Compartment Buckets When you are mopping your floor, be sure that you are using a bucket that has two compartments. [Read More]