Inside the September 2011 Issue of Pumper

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Clean It Up, Mate! Clean It Up, Mate!
The blokes at New Zealand’s HydroVac Limited use a specialized fleet of lorries to handle the stiffest sludge and the smelliest spills
September Association News
Association News; Calendar; Training & Education
What’s In a Name? Online Contracts
If you sell goods or services online, you need to give buyers a way to understand and accept your terms and conditions
Classy Truck of September Classy Truck of September
We feature E-Z Waste Systems Inc.
Big Jobs, Big Power Big Jobs, Big Power
Whether it’s hydroexcavation or industrial vacuum loading, big jobs require big equipment and plenty of power for safe and efficient operation
September Industry News
Gorman-Rupp Names Knudsen Eastern District Manager-Engineered Systems; Synagro Acquires Drilling Solutions; Roth Names Harrison Regional Sales Manager-Canada; Liberty Pumps Holds National Sales Meeting; Elastec/American Marine Delivers Oil, Debris Skimming Boats; Bord na Mona Environmental Products U.S. Changes Name to Anua;
Follow the Money
Embezzlement can do serious damage to your business. But you can take several common-sense steps to protect the company.
DOT/State Compliance – Safety is No Accident Fighting Spillage Woes?
Posters discuss the best way to clear hoses after pump-out to help ensure customer satisfaction
September Product News September Product News
Featured New Products.
Variable Speed Blower System Improves Loading Efficiency Variable Speed Blower System Improves Loading Efficiency Just Say Yes Just Say Yes
From industrial vacuum loading to roll-off containers to portable restrooms, Iowa’s Lindblom Services is always looking to offer expanded services to good customers
The Name Game
Should your company name include a family moniker or a humorous play on words? Branding expert Christopher Johnson weighs in on choosing a name that will be good for your septic or portable sanitation business.
Maine Adopts New Onsite Rules Share Your Observations
Continued commentary on concrete septic tank deterioration begs for more firsthand accounts from pumpers in the field