Understanding Environmental Impacts

Radon Testing: What Home Buyers Need To Know

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If you’re in the market to purchase a home, there are numerous steps you’ll need to take before closing to protect yourself and your investment. From home inspections and appraisals to title research and everything in between, the process can be quite drawn-out. One additional aspect of protecting yourself that you’ll want to keep in mind as you prepare to buy a home is that of conducting radon testing. Radon is the Second-Leading Cause of Lung Cancer…

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Tiny Home Septic Tanks: 4 Options To Consider Before Installation

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Living in a tiny house comes with many sacrifices, and one of them is often the bathroom. Composting toilets or portable septic tanks can only hold so much waste before it needs to be drained. If your tiny house is situated in a more permanent location, then you can have a septic tank installed that improves the use of running waters and toilets in the home. But before having a septic tank installed, there are many options to consider.…

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5 Ways to Encourage Participants at Large Events to Utilize the Dumpsters

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Whether you are arranging a spring fun run for your community or hosting an annual school fair, if you organize any large event, then you will most likely have to deal with a large amount of trash. It is important to encourage participants and guests to use proper waste disposal receptacles, such as trash cans and dumpsters, during and after the event. Otherwise, your event grounds may become unpleasant and dangerous during the event and your cleanup efforts will have to be increased.…

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