Inside the October 2012 Issue of Pumper

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Technology Tuneup Technology Tuneup
Michigan’s Duane Shelar says even old-school pumpers need to keep pace with hauling trends and the latest gadgets to keep a business humming along.
Septic company chooses to go ‘green’ A Study in Soil A Study in Soil
When called on to diagnose a septic system problem during a pump-out, a strong knowledge of soil structure will make you a better drainfield detective.
Permits Required for Holding Tanks in Alabama County Cape Crusaders Cape Crusaders
The operators of Oceanside Septic Services trade on family tradition, people skills and the right equipment to serve the residents of a hot Massachusetts tourist destination.
Office Efficiency Office Efficiency
Computer software streamlines customer billing and service tracking while equipment financing and customized insurance can protect your assets.
Ledcor Environmental Solutions / Clear Choice Wastewater Treatment Plant Ledcor Environmental Solutions / Clear Choice Wastewater Treatment Plant Product News - October 2012 Product News - October 2012 Submitting Bids
Posters talk about whether or not it’s wise to get involved with bidding on jobs when that’s how the customer hires contractors.
Call For Nominations - NAWT Excellence in Service Award Consider a Living Trust
Do your estate planning now, and ease a burdensome task for your heirs.
Industry News - October 2012 Industry News - October 2012 Classy Truck Of The Month Classy Truck Of The Month Court Your Customers
Value producing opportunities will help you build lasting relationships with the customers that mean the most to your business.
Set the Record Straight
Public education about the benefits of septic system maintenance is sorely needed in Florida.
Association News
Pumper invites your state association to post notices and news items in this column.
A Helping Hand A Helping Hand
Vermont pumper Jeff Ruggiero is named Person of the Year for volunteer emergency response, community dedication in his hometown.