Our Customers needs always come first. Moreover, that is why we put a specific emphasis on Septic Tank Safety. If you live on a property that uses an independent Septic Tank, it is your duty to make sure it is secured properly. As well as keep your property free from wastewater pollution, you just may end up saving a life!
“…they treat it like it’s not a hazard.”
In a recent article in Onsite Installer there was a story regarding some of the more recent tragedies surrounding Septic Tank Safety. In light of the incidence of accidental child death, Wade Dooley (a long time Septic Pumper) is quoted as saying:
“We have a hot tub outside and we lock the lid. When you have a swimming pool, you put a fence around it. Yet they put 1,000 gallons of septage out there and they treat it like it’s not a hazard.”
It happened again last fall in Jacksonville, Florida, when a 4-year-old boy, Amari Harley, fell into an unsecured septic tank. As a result, he drowned to death while playing in a public park. Another such incident happened in Kalispell, Montana, prompting Dooley to write letters to newspapers across the state.
“The loss of life should be a wake-up call for all of us. When it comes to septic tanks, we all must do our part in making sure that they are cleaned and operating correctly.” He later adds, “Please add this to your family’s to-do list. It might save a life.”
As a Wastewater Management Company, we promise to do our best in keeping your land and family safe. Further, as a Family Owned/Operated Company we have an even greater understanding of how such tragedies can affect not only a family, but a community. In keeping with our Company Values, we commit to not only the proper Septic Service of your tanks, but ensuring that they are safely secured and maintained.
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For families of all ages and sizes, Septic Tank Safety needs to be a greater priority. Furthermore, Commercial Septic Tank Maintenance should also be accounted for on all Industrial Sites. If you are concerned about the safety or maintenance of your Septic System, please do not hesitate to Contact Us and we will set up an appointment. Lastly, you can reach us via our Toll-Free Line (855) 342-9950, as well as our email at firstname.lastname@example.org.