Questions to Ask Any Potential Grease Trap Cleaning Service Provider

4 November 2015
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

If you run a restaurant of any sort, you will need to have a grease trap installed over your drain. This captures oily substances and solids that would otherwise contaminate the city sewer or water supplies and would also likely clog your drains and cause a backup. Your grease trap needs to be cleaned on a regular basis, and it's likely that your city or other municipality will have some regulations regarding how often this needs to be done. Read More 

Step-By-Step Guidelines to Conduct a Workplace Safety Assessment

17 August 2015
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

Employees are the heartbeat, and probably the greatest assets of your business; without them, it's virtually impossible to provide much needed services to clients. That's why workplace safety should never be compromised at any particular time since the safety of employees is heavily pegged on it. A workplace safety assessment should be an integral part of the workplace safety plan for your business. So, how does one practically conduct a workplace safety assessment? Read More 

What To Consider When Choosing Skirting Bellows For Lifting Equipment

14 July 2015
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

Skirting bellows are an important addition for all your lifting equipment. They help cover the moving parts on lift tables, loaders and even scissor lifts. Through use of bellow skirting, you get to prevent staff injuries that could cost you a lot of money. You also keep dirt and debris from damaging your equipment. If you're ordering bellows for your machinery, here are the factors you need to consider to ensure you get the right fit for your needs: Read More 

Surprising Times to Consider Renting a Skip Bin

14 July 2015
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

A skip bin is a great choice for having on hand when you're renovating or remodeling your home, as it can easily keep your property clean and safe for workers. Rarely can you just toss out the rubbish produced by such a project with your everyday trash. However, a home renovation or remolding project is not the only time when you might want to consider renting a skip bin. Note when it can be helpful to have such a bin on hand: Read More 

How to Improve the Soil in Your Community Garden When You Are on a Budget

30 June 2015
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Community gardens are a great way to get the community excited about gardening, and they add a beautiful and attractive feature to urban neighbourhoods. However, if you are starting a community garden in an area that was once used as a commercial or industrial property, your soil may be less than ideal. If you have a small budget for your community garden but you need to improve your soil, here are four cost-effective ideas to consider: Read More