Domestic treatment plants efficiently break down human waste into useful fertilising compounds, but they can't deal with household items that the bacteria in the tank can't digest. The following five items are disastrous for septic tanks. Keep them out of your drains and toilets to protect your septic tank. 1. Grease and Oil Grease and oil don't break down in septic tanks, which means they can hang around in your drainage system and lead to clogs.
30 June 2016
During bushfire season many house fires are caused by stray sparks finding their way into homes and garages. Here are some tips on how to spark proof your property and keep fire at bay. Bushfires and sparks When bushfires take hold, they are often wind-driven. Burning debris is whipped up by the wind, causing myriad sparks to become airborne. These embers can easily find their way into your home where they will readily start a blaze.
22 June 2016
Water is a precious commodity which needs to be carefully managed. The cost of water is also rising. If you want to be more environmentally responsible and save money in the long term, you should consider installing a rainwater tank on your property. Why would you need a water tank? A water tank allows you to harvest rainwater. You can use this water to flush toilets, wash clothing, water the garden and top up your pool.
20 April 2016