Inside the March 2014 Issue of Pumper
Farming and pumping are two great businesses that go well together, say Michigan’s Mark and Shannon Hinterman.
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Stories in this month’s issue include a great example of public sector/private business cooperation and uncovering an unfortunate septic tank maintenance solution.
Encourage employees to speak up when they have questions and concerns, and then build a positive relationship to help the company.
Wastewater trade association takes off in Arkansas to represent pumpers and installers on new regulations.
Newfoundland’s wilderness pumpers promote the value of routine septic service and replacing failing steel tanks to customers who’ve never heard the message.
Clean, convenient and providing spiffs like holiday bonus gallons and cold drinks in the summer, a Michigan septage receiving station has become a model for the industry.
A poster dug up an old system for an inspection, and was surprised to find a tank lid manufactured by Weber.
There are important questions to answer before deciding which way to go on that next big equipment purchase.
For septic service contractors interested in expanding their operations into the installation and maintenance of onsite systems, here are several tanks, components and bacteria products to help serve customers.
A thorough inspection, then repair or replacement of corroded baffles can save your customers the financial burden of a clogged drainfield.
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