Grease Recycling

Grease Recycling

As our society becomes increasingly aware of the consequences of our daily actions and choices, more companies are finding ways to combat problems that have been wreaking havoc on the environment. The large and ever-increasing number of people alive today is reason...
Differences Between Hard Water and Soft Water

Differences Between Hard Water and Soft Water

Have you heard the terms “hard water” and “soft water” and wondered what they meant? Have you heard people debate the merits of each? Perhaps you’ve experienced both types and prefer one over the other, but you’re not sure why. This article will answer all...
Brown Grease vs. Yellow Grease

Brown Grease vs. Yellow Grease

Commercial kitchens produce a large amount of grease and fats that need to be disposed of regularly to maintain functionality and environmental regulations.  Restaurants use grease traps or inflammable waste traps to collect these FOG (fat, oil, grease) materials,...
What is a Lift Station and How Does it Work?

What is a Lift Station and How Does it Work?

Lift stations are not something a homeowner or business owner thinks about until something goes wrong. A lift station is used to pump wastewater or sewage from a low level to a higher level when the gradient of the area does not allow for a natural flow. There are two...
Water Jetting (1″-36″ line)

Water Jetting (1″-36″ line)

Water jetting—also known as hydro jetting—is an easy, efficient, and economical way to clear water and sewer lines of foreign objects that obstruct or impede the pipes. A special high-powered nozzle is attached to a flexible hose and fed into the sewer system. The...
Inflammable Waste Traps

Inflammable Waste Traps

Let’s talk about inflammable waste traps. They are a part of your sewer septic system, designed to intercept and trap inflammable materials so they don’t flow into sewer lines, creating a dangerous, explosive mixture. These materials are held in a large,...