Unrolling The Mystery: Tips For Choosing The Right Toilet Paper When You Rent A Portable Toilet

19 December 2016
 Categories: , Articles

If you're renting a portable toilet, you may be wondering about the toilet paper. In most cases, the toilet paper comes with the rental, but in some cases, you may want to make alternative arrangements. Here are some questions to consider: 1. Do you want a soft experience? In most cases, the toilet paper that comes with a portable toilet is fairly basic and utilitarian. If you are renting toilets for a concert or any other large scale outdoor event, that toilet paper can be perfectly functional. Read More 

5 Financial Benefits Of Installing Solar Panels

26 August 2016
 Categories: Environmental, Articles

The residential solar industry continues to grow year after year, thanks in large part to educational outreach, technological advances that have made solar systems much more affordable for normal families, and a desire among many people to do their part by saving energy wherever possible. While you already know that going solar will lower your carbon footprint, you may not be fully aware of all the potential financial benefits. Here are five financial reasons to have solar panels installed at your home: Read More 

Baffled About FOG? Why Grease Trap Cleaning Is Important & How To Tell When It’s Needed

14 July 2016
 Categories: Environmental, Articles

If you've recently taken over the responsibility of handling the grease interceptor in a restaurant, it's important that you understand how the system works because you cannot simply look into the grease trap to determine when it needs cleaned. It's important to have grease traps cleaned because, if not, your restaurant could face costly fines and/or the neighbors and entire community could be affected with serious illnesses. Here's what you need to know. Read More 

Five Ways To Prevent Theft When You Rent A Dumpster

2 May 2016
 Categories: Environmental, Articles

Thieves steal almost anything they find useful or valuable, and that includes dumpsters and garbage receptacles. If you are hiring a dumpster, you should take a few steps to ensure it doesn't get stolen under your watch. Here are some tips to help you: 1. Set up the dumpster in a safe, well lit area. When you rent your dumpster, put it somewhere safe, secure and well lit. For example, if you are renting a dumpster for a large project at your home, don't put it in the dark alley behind your house. Read More