Inside the October 2011 Issue of Pumper

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Taking it Personally Taking it Personally
Face-to-face contact with customers plus top-notch equipment fuels growth – and customer satisfaction – at Grease Masters
October Association News
Association News; Calendar; Training & Education
Give Grease a Chance Juggling the Job and Elder Care
A plan to support workers who care for older family members will preserve productivity and keep valued employees over the long haul
Classy Truck of October Classy Truck of October
This month we feature A.J. McDonald Company Inc.
Destination Indy
The 2012 Pumper & Cleaner Environmental Expo INTERNATIONAL will deliver the best the industry has to offer, all wrapped up in a convenient new package
Getting Grease Gone Getting Grease Gone
The objective is containment and disposal of one of your most problematic waste streams. You’ve come to the right place for solutions.
October Industry News
Wastequip Names VP, Launches Ad Campaign; Bio-Microbics Receives Kansas Export Award; Elastec/American Marine Receives Export Award
Avoid an Identity Crisis
Here are several simple measures you can take to safeguard personal information and protect yourself against thieves
NAWT Accounting Tool Helps Determine Private Treatment Plant Feasibility Exhaust Odor Control
A poster is looking for variety in scented oils used in conjunction with the vacuum pump to freshen the work environment
October Product News October Product News
Featured new products.
New Grease Trap Offers Small Footprint For  Versatile Use New Grease Trap Offers Small Footprint For Versatile Use Guardians of Grease
Utah’s Renegade Oil takes on undesirable pumping work and creates a profitable and satisfying recycling business
Spread the Good Word
A Montana regulator says there’s hard work ahead trying to reverse the bad rap given to land application of septage in her state and across the country
New Jersey Limits on Nitrates Upheld by Appeals Courts No Snowmobiling Over the Drainfield!
Homeowner with winter septic tank woes should opt for a little bad-weather preventive maintenance