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What is a Vault Toilet?

Vault toilets are revolutionized outhouses. It is a more comfortable and much nicer version of a pit. It makes no use of water and still basically has a hole with a seat over it. These vault toilets are commonly seen in parks and in areas where there is limited access to water. The waste is stored in the tank directly underneath the hole. It can store up to a thousand gallons of human waste before it needs emptying. They have invented ways to keep it from stinking such as specially designed roof or a vent to keep the air flow moving.

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Septic System Maintenance: How to Properly Care for Your Septic System

If you are from the country or had the opportunity to live there you’ll understand what a septic system is. But regardless if you are living in highly urbanized part of the city, septic maintenance is still your concern. If you don’t want to deal with problems with your septic system here are some ways you can make sure yours will be functioning well for many years.

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When to Get a Septic Tank Inspection

Your home is a very big investment and in order to maintain it in good condition, it needs to be checked regularly for damages. The same goes for your septic tank. As much as this is something most people don’t want to deal with, you can’t completely forget about it either. It is a part of your home that requires regular maintenance to keep it functioning properly.

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Tips for Grease Trap Cleaning

If you regularly have your grease trap cleaned and pumped you should have no problem but often times especially in restaurants the sewage system grease trap can cause a lot of trouble. If you are not taking care of your grease trap over time it can build up and cause a blockage that can jeopardize your business. So here are some tips on grease trap cleaning.

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A Quick Guide To Grease Trap Cleaning

An unmaintained grease trap cannot effectively filter grease waste from entering a septic system, leading to grease blockages that can definitely ruin a restaurant in a matter of minutes. Not to mention, sanitizing and clean up from grease backup will mean having to shut down the restaurant for at least two days. With this in mind, it is important that your grease trap is maintained and cleaned from time to time. Set aside cleaning time for your grease trap at least every 4 to 6 weeks to ensure that it will keep functioning effectively.

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