Inside the December 2019 Issue of Pumper

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Working Alone Can Be Stressful but Rewarding for a One-Man Pumping Crew Working Alone Can Be Stressful but Rewarding for a One-Man Pumping Crew

At Wisconsin’s Countryside Septic Service, owner-operator Tom Jakubowicz is solely responsible for quality pumping and top-notch customer service.

Product Focus - December 2019 Case Study - December 2019 Product News - December 2019 Industry News - December 2019 Classy Truck - December 2019 Classy Truck - December 2019 Classy Truck Roundup - 2019

The 2019 Classy Trucks represent a hardworking fleet that makes life easier and more profitable for their lucky owners. Their beauty on the outside complements the rugged, day-in day-out dependability today’s pumpers require.

Customers Come First for Florida Wastewater Professionals Customers Come First for Florida Wastewater Professionals

‘I think the industry will step into the future and onsite wastewater treatment will continue to be an economical and environmentally responsible technology when properly installed and maintained’

Sewage Is Coming Back Into the House. What Now? Exploring Tourism Impact on Nitrogen-Reduction Systems

Researchers study the treatment impact during peak and slow seasons along environmentally sensitive North Carolina barrier islands.

Five Tips to Quickly Convert Invoices Into Cash

You can solve the age-old problem of lag time between services rendered and dollars in your bank account.

New York Communities Step Up Effort to Upgrade Substandard Onsite Systems Nine Tips to Build Trust for Your Small Business Nine Tips to Build Trust for Your Small Business

Want to make a great first impression with potential customers? Listen, deflect praise on others and treat every stranger with respect!

How do Small Pumping Companies Build an Advantage in the Marketplace? Family Lessons. How do Small Pumping Companies Build an Advantage in the Marketplace? Family Lessons.

The C & W Hanover Septic crew remembers Scott Knight’s legacy of hard work and customer service as they pump, repair and install onsite systems in Virginia.

On the Verge of Major Septage Disposal Advances On the Verge of Major Septage Disposal Advances

Wastewater goes in one end of the new Oystra mobile treatment unit and water free of pathogens, viruses and bacteria comes out the other.