Inside the January 2020 Issue of Pumper

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This Carpenter Quit Construction to Build a Successful Pumping Business This Carpenter Quit Construction to Build a Successful Pumping Business

Maznek Septic Service takes meticulous care of customers’ septic systems and grease traps in its southern New Hampshire territory.

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With rocky terrain and small building lots, dynamite and creative drainfield design are important tools for members of the Colorado Professionals in Onsite Wastewater.

Making the Choice: Sewage Ejector or Grinder Pump?

Reader question about sewage pipe runs prompts a review of two popular pump choices for retrofit work.

Onsite Industry Needs Partners to Keep Waterways Clean

A Vermont conference offers education for onsite professionals and homeowners to address septic system issues on waterfront properties.

Can You Put an Accurate Value on Your Pumping Business?

Determining how much your company is worth is complicated and often unnecessary. But you can use these tools to get a rough estimate for peace of mind.

New York’s Suffolk County to continue building infrastructure in advanced onsite systems.

New York’s Suffolk County to continue building infrastructure in advanced onsite systems.

Six Tips to Retain Your Top Workers

Don’t let those great employees slip through your fingers. Offer professional advancement opportunities to keep them on your team and meeting their potential.

A Canadian Family Company Finds the Secret to Success Is Diversifying the Service Menu A Canadian Family Company Finds the Secret to Success Is Diversifying the Service Menu

Pumpers in the great white north may slow down during the long winter. Not Wilton Sanitation, which finds new ways to keep the crew hustling throughout the year.

Make 2020 the Year of Septic Tank Safety Awareness

Children continue to fall into tanks with unsecured lids. Diligent pumpers help put a stop to the tragedy.