When you run any type of business that serves food, whether it is a full-scale restaurant or a tiny café that is only open a few hours a day, you are subject to local regulations for handling food waste, including grease. If you are in the planning stages of opening your business, make sure that you understand how to keep your grease traps clean to avoid malfunctions and spills into the local sewer system: problems that will lead to costly repairs and municipal fines.
One of the most important parts of taking care of your septic tank is making sure it's emptied within a suitable span of time. Unfortunately, many homeowners don't think about cleaning their septic tank until problems happen. The following explains how often septic tanks should be emptied out, along with the factors that can affect pumping frequency.
Why Regular Pumping is Necessary
Every time you flush a toilet, take a shower or use your kitchen sink, you're sending solids and wastewater into the septic tank.
Many kids on the autism spectrum experience sensory-seeking behaviors. Whether it's an irresistible urge for movement, contact or physical manipulation of something, the sensory input from those actions can be soothing and may help ease anxieties. To help reduce the risk of impulsive behaviors, why not turn that cluttered, unused garage space into a sensory-stimulating safe zone for your child? Here's a look at some of the things you should consider to tackle this project with confidence.
Are you about to open a small-scale auto repair shop? If so, you'll likely perform a lot of oil changes and have a lot of used oil that you'll need to find a way to properly dispose of. Used oil can contain toxic chemicals and heavy metals that could negatively impact the environment, so although there are only three states that technically classify it as hazardous waste, it's best if you treat it as such when disposing of it.