Safety precautions when operating earthmoving machinery

Environmental Blog

Working with earthmoving equipment can be a dangerous task. Whether you're working with a scraper, an articulated truck, or other types of earthmoving equipment, you are most likely handling very heavy machinery in locations that are hard to reach and can be possible dangerous. Proper maintenance and repairs are vital to keep your equipment safe, and so is also proper handling of the machine. To further increase the safety surrounding your earthmoving equipment, there are a few simple things you can think about.

18 January 2016

Understanding the Grease Trap Cleaning Process

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If you run a busy business such as a restaurant that produces a lot of oily water, it is important to keep the grease trap functional. This involves regular cleaning so that there is no build up and also to ensure that your kitchen is hygienic and meets the health requirements in Australia. The grease trap helps to hold the oils and fats so that the water flows through your plumbing properly and into the sewer lines.

2 December 2015

Fire Equipment You Want to Have at Home

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When you think of fire safety at home, chances are you think of your smoke detectors and perhaps a fire extinguisher near the kitchen and not much else. In truth, there are many things you can purchase to keep people safe from a fire in the home. Note a few suggestions that every homeowner or property manager might consider when it comes to fire equipment that can add to their safety and the safety of tenants.

4 August 2015

Control of Invasive Plant Species in the Wild

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The definition of a weed is simply a plant growing where it is not wanted and competing for resources (soil, light and water) with more desirable flora. A plant that might be useful in one ecological context might become a weed in another context, where its proliferation at the expense of other plant species outweighs its useful qualities. The more pervasive weeds are often introduced from other countries, often accidentally; the ecosystem has not developed any checks and balances for the sudden intrusion of these non-native plants, and they soon take over a region, crowding out the native species.

30 July 2015

What Factors Can Affect the Volume of Bore Water?

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Bore water refers to water that is pumped from underground water sources after a borehole has been drilled. Many factors can negatively affect the volume of bore water in an area. This article discusses some of those factors that may be responsible for the drop in bore water volumes in your area. If a New Bore Well is Drilled Nearby One of the biggest reasons for dropping bore water volume is someone drilling another bore well nearby.

16 March 2015