Actions To Take When Having A Propane Tank Delivered For The First Time

28 July 2022
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

If you want to get more propane but don't want to pick up a tank yourself, simply use propane tank delivery services. Companies have offered these services for quite a while, and using them for the first time won't be an issue if you take these actions. Inspect Your Current Tank Before you reach out to a propane tank delivery company, it's a good idea to thoroughly inspect your current propane tank. Read More 

Questions To Ask To Determine If Your New Business Will Create Hazardous Waste

4 September 2017
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

Starting a new business is an exciting time that is filled with all kinds of strategic planning and preparation. This is also the time when you must also consider the waste products that will be created by your new place of business so you can better plan on how it should be handled. Many new business owners find themselves a little in the dark when it comes to hazardous waste management because they just don't know a lot about this grey area. Read More 

A Prepper’s Guide to Keeping the Lights on During a Power Outage

25 August 2017
 Categories: , Blog

If you consider yourself a doomsday prepper, you've probably already considered investing in a generator. Keeping power going to essential items is important whether you are facing a storm, natural disaster, or other threat. Here are a few useful suggestions you can use to ensure you have access to your electrical equipment and other essentials during a power outage. Invest in a Solar Generator Power generators all have their positive features, but a solar-powered generator just may be your best bet. Read More 

Contamination From Floods And How To Deal With It

21 August 2017
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

Hurricanes Katrina and Andrew were some of the most devastating hurricanes the Gulf Coast saw in a long time. Perhaps even more devastating then the flood waters that followed was the raw sewage that mixed with the flood waters. This contaminated mess meant that every house that was flooded had to deal with urine and fecal matter after the flood waters receded. Even if you have not been involved in a hurricane, mild floods can contribute to contamination in your home. Read More 

5 People To Talk With When Having Solar Panels Installed

16 August 2017
 Categories: Environmental, Blog

When outfitting your home for solar electricity, you'll have several conversations with the solar panel installation company that's putting your home's panels in. The company's representatives aren't they only people you'll want to talk with about the installation, though. Here are some other people you'll want to contact if you're getting solar panels for your home. A Roofer Start by getting in touch with a roofer who can tell you how long your home's current roof will last. Read More