Is Garbage Trashing Your Neighborhood? Here’s What You Can Do About It

17 February 2016
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Take a good look around, up and down your street. If you see overstuffed waste bins, free-floating debris and/or discarded junk on the curbs, you may wish you lived someplace else. But your neighbors are probably just as frustrated by the trash pileup problem as you are -- so here are some ways you can work together to conquer it. Review the Garbage Collection Routine Sometimes the trash doesn't get picked up as your neighborhood's residents expected. Read More 

Tips to Construct a Successful Septic Drainage Mound

27 October 2015
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If your septic professional has recently informed you that your septic leach field has started to fail, then you may have a problem with compressed soil around the area or saturated earth that can no longer deal with the effluent from your septic system. If an inspection reveals that these are the reasons for the failure or if there is something else that requires you to start with a brand new drainage system, then it is wise to invest in a septic mound system. Read More 

5 Ways To Protect Your Dumpster From Other People’s Junk

21 July 2015
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When you rent a dumpster for your home, you have a limited amount of space to fill trash, construction debris, or other junk from spring cleaning. If neighbors or other people are using the dumpster for their own junk, then the whole thing could quickly fill up and the costs would come directly out of your pocket. To help protect your dumpster rental space, there are five ways to stop and deter random garbage from appearing in your dumpster. Read More 

3 Ways To Store Your Pet’s Diabetes Care Syringes For Safe Disposal

7 April 2015
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Nearly 1 in 50 pets end up diagnosed with diabetes by the end of their lifespan. If your pet ends up with this debilitating disease, you will need to administer medications designed to control symptom progression and severity. In order to deliver these medications to your pet's system quickly, most are administered with a quick injection in the skin of the neck or back. You will need to use a new needle and syringe for each injection. Read More