Talking About Sanitation ServicesTalking About Sanitation Services

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Talking About Sanitation Services

Hello, I'm Phil Haltman. Welcome to my site about sanitation. Like many people, I did not pay much attention to garbage in my early years. As I reached adulthood, I started to investigate the impact of waste on our environment. I noticed that our current way of collecting and processing waste was innovative, yet could benefit from technological advancements. I would like to use this site to explore the topic of sanitation in more detail. I will talk about waste processing services, equipment and changes. I will also discuss policy changes as they occur throughout the world. I hope you will follow along to learn more.


Finding The Right Toilets For Your Construction Site

When taking on new construction projects, you want to ensure the comfort of your crew. That includes providing them with access to toilet facilities they can use throughout the workday. Finding the right toilets to meet the needs of every job is important, and there are many options available for your crew. Here are a few options to consider as you plan out each project your company plans to undertake: Read More 

Three Answers For Homeowners With Questions About Septic Tank Inspections

There are few issues that can cause more disruption to life in a home than septic tank problems. These problems can arise from many different causes, but they can all cause water damage, contamination, and soil erosion. Will Septic Tank Problems Be Easy To Spot? Due to the serious problems that a septic tank problem can cause, homeowners often assume that these issues will be easy to detect. However, these problems may only become very noticeable after they have already become severe. Read More 

Things Your Toilet Wants You To Know You Shouldn’t Flush

The only things you should flush in a toilet are the main things you expect to go in one. Human waste and toilet paper are all safe to flush, of course. Really, these are the only things that are one-hundred percent safe to go down the drain. But, maybe you have questions. There are some common items people flush down the drain all the time – are those safe to flush, too? Read More 

Throwing An Outdoor Celebration? Why You Absolutely Must Rent A Dumpster

Few things can be as enjoyable as throwing an outdoor celebration.  You get the opportunity to mix and mingle with old and new friends, while simultaneously enjoying the beauty of nature.  While you might be primarily concerned with getting all of the right food and decorations, there's another, more practical piece that you might be overlooking:  The need for a waste receptacle.  That's why it's such a good idea for you to rent a dumpster. Read More 

Determining Where To Place A Portable Toilet: 3 Factors To Consider When Choosing An Ideal Location To Prevent Tip-Overs

Having enough portable toilets installed at a construction worksite is important for your workers. Instead of installing a plumbing system for conventional toilets, installing portable toilets is much easier. They also use less energy and about 90% less water. While portable toilets are extremely convenient, they are also easy to tip over intentionally or accidentally. Dealing with a tipped-over portable toilet can be a lot of work. To avoid both accidental and intentional tip-overs, consider these three factors when deciding where to install your portable toilets. Read More