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March 2012 Archives

Kana Pipeline, Inc.

March 26, 2012 | Comments: 0

Sewer Main Contractors

Sewer main contractors perform a myriad of jobs related to private and public sewer systems. Due to the fact that sewer pipes can cause substantial damage if improperly installed or accidentally damaged, contractors undergo substantial training prior to working at construction sites.

Any time a person hires sewer main contractors they need to make certain that contractors are licensed, certified, and hold required work permits and insurance coverage. Additionally, it's important to work with experienced contractors that are familiar with the specific type of installation processes.

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Kana Pipeline, Inc.

March 19, 2012 | Comments: 0

Water Main Contractors

Water main contractors take care of everything from repairing broken sewer lines to installing water and sewer mains. The majority of water pipes are placed underground, so when pipes burst there can still be substantial amount of flooding that rises above ground.

Due to the complexities of systems, water main contractors must receive adequate training to ensure they remain in compliance with EPA regulations. Additionally, contractors go through OSHA and HAZMAT training and must be licensed prior to installing or repairing water pipeline and mains.

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Kana Pipeline, Inc.

March 12, 2012 | Comments: 2

Sewer Contractor

Hiring a sewer contractor is necessary whenever a sewer system has to be installed, fixed, or cleaned out. Due to the fact that sewer systems have untreated waste and environmental toxins, systems must be cleaned and repaired by skilled technicians. Otherwise, wastewater and pollutants could be released into the environment.

When employing the services of a sewer contractor it is essential to work with reputable companies that employ licensed contractors. Any contractor that works on sewer lines needs to have appropriate business licenses, liability and workman's comp insurance, and state and county work permits.

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