3 Ways Your Company Benefits From Oil Reclamation

Oil is one of the most vital components in a combustion engine. It is the job of the oil to lubricate moving parts and help dispel heat to prevent the engine from overheating. Companies that are looking for a way to streamline their oil consumption and procurement processes often choose to invest in oil reclamation. Here are three unique ways that oil reclamation can benefit your company over time. 1. Professional Help Is Available Read More 

7 Tips For Environmentally Friendly Grease Trap Cleaning

When grease builds up in pipes, that can lead to clogs which eventually lead to sewer backups. Sewer backups can allow waste into the waterways, and that can lead to health issues for both humans and animals. If you are concerned about public health and the environment, it's important to dispose of cooking oil in your restaurant correctly. Here are some environmentally friendly tips to help you. 1. Respect Local Codes Read More 

Should You Refill Or Exchange Your Propane Tank?

Whether you have recently discovered that the barbecue grill of your dream requires propane or you have wanted to upgrade to a more sophisticated unit from the one you've been using that required just charcoal, you will need to choose how to obtain more fuel for the grill in the future. It's often surprising to discover that you have more than one choice as to how you will provide that additional fuel. Read More 

Got A Tick? Why You Should Avoid These Commonly Used Removal Methods

If you have found a tick on yourself, your child, or a pet, you will want to remove the tick as quickly as possible. This helps to prevent the likelihood of you catching any diseases the tick may have, such as Lyme disease. Unfortunately thought, there are many myths or wive's tales out there in regards to the best way to remove a tick. Here are a few of the removal methods you should never use and the reason why: Read More 

Protecting Your Home From Storm Damage

Storms can provide valuable moisture, but they can also wreak havoc on the structural stability of your home. The damage that can be caused by high winds, severe rain, or lightning could end up leaving you with a significant repair bill. Here are three tips that you can use to better protect your home from storm damage in the future. 1. Trim your trees. Flying debris is a common cause of structural damage to homes during severe storms. Read More