Septic Tank: Understanding the Essential Guidelines on Maintenance and Care

24 October 2017
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

Proper maintenance and care of your septic tank will prolong the lifespan of your waste treatment system. Also, it will minimise the incidents of failure and reduce the costs of repair. Unfortunately, numerous homeowners neglect their septic tanks because upkeep seems complicated. If you have found the maintenance of your septic system challenging, consider using these simple guidelines to prolong the lifespan of the tank and promote better performance. Pump the Septic Tank  Read More 

Pain In The Grass: Why And How To Remove Gamba Grass Growing On Your Land

25 September 2017
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

It's no secret that Australia has one serious weed problem, and the spread of non-native species of flora across wide tracts of land poses an ever-increasing threat to the delicate and unique ecosystems native to the continent. As such, all landowners should be practising judicious bush regeneration techniques to promote the growth of native plants, while stifling non-native varieties. However, some non-native weeds merit more attention than others, and one of the most important and treacherous invasive weeds in Australia today is gamba grass. Read More 

Notes you mustn’t skip when hiring a skip bin

19 September 2017
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

Skips bin hiring companies are indispensable sanitation partners to clients with considerable garbage turnover. They save the clients money by obviating daily garbage removal while neatly containing the refuse in a manageable form. Every school, residential block or even construction site should have a skip bin.  If you are a manager or an individual planning to hire a skip bin to solve refuse issues, take a moment to look at these useful tips. Read More 

Boreholes and Wells: Keeping Your Groundwater Supply Clean and Healthy

15 September 2017
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

Boreholes and wells are beneficial in residential properties and farms. If you have access to groundwater, you can reduce your cumulative water bills. You can also drought-proof your land and keep your livestock and plants thriving in times of water scarcity and restrictions. Also, you can conserve potable water for drinking and cooking and use the groundwater for general household chores.  On the other hand, it is important to note that your well and borehole water can be compromised, making it unsuitable for household and farm use. Read More 

Three Prong Approach for Erosion and Sediment Control on Your Construction Site

12 September 2017
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

If you are looking to embark on construction on your property, one of the factors to bear in mind would be how best to control erosion on your property. Erosion and sediment control is especially of importance if the construction will be carried out during the rainy season. Failure to put some measures in place will not only lead to your land becoming bare once the construction is complete, but there is also the risk of contamination to surrounding areas as chemicals from the different building materials are washed away. Read More