Applying Crucial Sanitation Concepts to Real Life

Jose Walker

Great Tips When Having A Septic Tank Set Up

If you live in a remote place, chances are you'll need a septic tank as it will help you properly direct wastewater and sewage. In order for the installation to go smoothly from start to finish, you'll want to remember these tips.  Decide Between Plastic and Concrete What material the septic tank is made out of is an important assessment to make in the beginning.

3 Questions To Ask When Renting Portable Toilets For Your Upcoming Event

Are you in need of some portable toilets to accommodate guests at your upcoming event? Here are a few questions to ask the rental company you decide to source your toilets from: Are Any Bulk Discounts Available? You may only want to rent three or four portable toilets, but the company you're renting from might offer a nice bulk discount if you rent five or more. You'd

What Should You Do With An Old Dishwasher?

It's a matter of time before a once new dishwasher becomes old and perhaps even break. You might find it difficult to get rid of this old appliance, and you are right to think it might be a challenge without some assistance. You have many options, ranging from selling your dishwasher to renting a dumpster so you can toss it in the trash. Not sure which option is best

Tips For Finding Your Home's Septic Tank For A Cleaning

Have you moved into a home that has a septic tank, but never needed to have the tank pumped? If so, the day will come when you need to access the septic tank to remove all of the solid waste. However, many septic tank companies charge you to locate the tank and excavate the ground to access the opening. Rather than pay someone to do this job for you, know that it is s

Why Toilet Paper Keeps Clogging Your Toilet And What You Can Do To Fix It

You've probably heard the advice to never flush anything down your toilet except for waste and toilet paper. It's how you keep your home's plumbing in good condition — anything else has the potential to clog your toilet or your pipes. Unfortunately, sometimes toilet paper itself is enough to cause clogs in a toilet. This is particularly common in older, low-flow toile