Four Things To Consider When Your Need A Septic Tank And Water Well For Your Home

Posted on: 26 March 2015

Many homes that do not have water or sewer services need to have septic tanks and water wells. If you have a home that needs these things, there are some things that you may want to consider, such as location, water tables and use of water. There are many different options for you to have the water you need for your home and septic system. This can include grey water irrigation, mound septic systems for high water tables and water filtration system for your home.
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Doing A Home Renovation? Ways To Repurpose The Leftovers

Posted on: 24 March 2015

While some leftovers from your home renovation can simply be thrown away, others you can repurpose, such as concrete blocks and ceramic tiles. To make things easier for you, rent a dumpster for the things you need to throw away, and keep the things you plan to repurpose in a separate pile.  Renting a Dumpster Tips A dumpster is very useful to have on your property during your renovation. When renting one, first think about how large you will need it to be.
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How To Make Your Office Recycling More Efficient

Posted on: 14 March 2015

When you are busy meeting project deadlines, it can be difficult to also find time to reduce company waste. As a manager, you will need to set a good example and you will also need to find ways that your employees can recycle efficiently. Begin by helping your employees understand the benefits of recycling and how to recycle more efficiently. Begin Recycling Yourself Begin by implementing your own recycling practices. Your employees may feel less motivated to recycle unless they feel that you are also pulling your own weight when going green.
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Why You Should Convert Your Old Septic Tank To A Cistern

Posted on: 11 March 2015

Whether you're a homeowner that's connected to a municipal waste system or one that's recently bought a house with an unused septic tank on the property, you may want to consider putting your old tank to good use. Septic tanks are an ideal reservoir for storm water, acting like a cistern to give you a source of non-potable water ideal for plants and outdoor use. So instead of simply decommissioning your old septic tank, removing it, or having it filled in, you should know why you should convert your old system.
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