Maintaining Your Wastewater Sand Filter System

Posted on: 29 January 2019

If you live in the Outback and your property is not connected to a mains sewage system, a sand filter septic system is a great way of treating wastewater from your home. However, the performance of your septic system will very much depend on how well you maintain it. One of the primary causes of septic system failure is biological debris which clogs the sand filter. Below is a guide to some of the steps you can take to keep your septic system in good working order.
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Safety Measures When Using Heavy Construction Equipment for Civil Work

Posted on: 12 December 2018

The construction sector is not the safest type of job. Working in dangerous environments with heavy, and sometimes dangerous, materials while surrounded by heavy machinery is commonplace for people working in the construction industry. There are some ways of making working around or in heavy construction equipment safe. To avoid unnecessary risks while working as a civil engineer, there are some things you can think about. Using a spotter One thing that can help increase safety on the site of construction in many instances is to use a spotter.
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3 Solutions for a Noisy Motor on Your Roller Shutter

Posted on: 12 December 2018

Everybody would love a quiet environment whether it is at home or workplace. Roller shutters may disrupt your peace when someone opens or closes them. Motorised roller shutters will get noisy after a while if they are not properly maintained. However, most people will ignore the roller doors until the noise becomes unbearable. At this point, they will decide to take action on the roller shutters to reduce the noise. The following are some solutions for a very noisy motor on your roller shutters.
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Tips to Ensure Safe DIY Removal of Non-Friable Asbestos From Your Home

Posted on: 14 October 2018

It is always best to you hire an asbestos removal professional when you need to remove asbestos from your abode. But if you only need to remove a small amount of firmly-bound asbestos that does not require you to obtain an asbestos removal permit, then you can take on the project yourself provided you take the necessary safety measures. Here are a number of effective safety practices to follow when removing non-friable asbestos from your house.
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