Handle With Care: 4 Tips To Ensure The Food You Serve Is Safe And Sanitary

When it comes to food safety, it's all in the way you handle it, especially when it comes to restaurant settings. If you run a restaurant, you're responsible for the health and safety of everyone who eats at your establishment. One mishandled portion of food could lead to contamination, which could pose a health risk to your diners. Here are four simple industrial sanitation steps you should always enforce in your restaurant. [Read More]

Common Causes Of Sewer Problems

Ultimately, if you are having sewer problems, you are having a bad day. There is nothing quite like having your sewer backed up and causing you problems. You may end up needing to have your sewer pumped by a professional. There are a lot of different things that can really cause problems in a septic system. People do not realize that a septic system is a very effective system, but that it can be thrown off in some cases. [Read More]

Three Things You Can Do To Keep Rats Out Of Your Dumpster

The word "rat" evokes a number of unpleasant feelings in most people, including dread, disgust, fear and revulsion. Unfortunately, rats have a long association with people and will gladly inhabit areas where food and other organic wastes are disposed. Dumpsters are obvious targets for rats, so if your business or organization utilizes dumpsters, you will need to exercise care to prevent rat infestation. Below are three things you can do to keep these unwelcome guests away from your trash containers: [Read More]

4 Signs Your Septic Tank Needs To Be Cleaned

Many people that live in rural areas may find that they need to have a personal sewer system installed into their home. This system is called a septic system, and it requires a bit of maintenance on your behalf. Generally speaking, the tank should be emptied and cleaned once every 3 to 5 years. However, you might find that situations arise in which you need to have your tank cleaned and emptied before this time. [Read More]