Safety

Hidden underground, the pipe that connects your toilets to the public sewer lines is very easy to ignore — until there’s an issue with it. Fortunately, it’s often possible to spot and repair sewer problems before they lead to costly excavation and pipe replacement. As a homeowner, it’s a responsibility to pay attention to your sewer line. It can save time and money. There are five steps all homeowners should do to check on the sewer lines: inspect before you buy, check the sewer line regularly, beware...

This year could be a record-breaker. Scientists are predicting a near-record Gulf of Mexico 'dead zone' where the water holds too little oxygen to sustain marine life. What contributes to a “record-breaking” year? This year we have seen an abnormally high amount of spring rainfall in many parts of the Mississippi River corridor. This led to record amounts of water carrying large amounts of fertilizer and other harmful nutrients downriver. Once these nutrients are in the river, they then feed algae using up oxygen from the bottom up...

Safety on the job site is the number one priority for companies and workers. It is always a good idea to educate all employees on safety regardless if they are new to the job or a veteran who has been there for more than 20 years. Safety regulations and guidelines change frequently so it is always best to be up to speed on the latest and greatest safety measures when it comes to sewer work. The following can never be emphasized enough when working in and around...

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