Six Things to Look for in your Backflow Testing Software

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You have a number of options to consider when looking at a backflow testing software for your testing company in 2017.

There are plenty of flashy features and tools available but at the end of the day what do you really need from a software solution to make your business better and (hopefully) get some much needed free time from paperwork?

Let’s look at the X things that we think are the most important for you to consider as you look at ...

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Backflow Testers Nemesis: The Procrastinator

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It’s that time of year. You’re likely being inundated with potential customers pleading, “I NEED my backflow device tested. When can you be here?”

One of our customers stopped by yesterday and during that short time, he received several texts from unknown numbers asking, “Can you get out here today?” His response to us was that when he gets texts like that he simply replies with “No.” Why? Because, “I’m swamped!” It’s nothing new in the backflow testing industry. When ...

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Watering Tips for your Vegetable Garden

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Water is priceless. We forget that sometimes, especially when our water bill arrives! Watering your lawn and vegetable garden in the summer can make those water bills skyrocket! What can you do to cut those costs? By watering effectively! So, let’s take a glance at some common watering tips. I’ve mentioned several times that in-ground or soaker hoses are the ideal way to water, so I won’t go into that again since you know where I stand.

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The Clean Water Rule: Repeal or Revise

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In February, the Trump administration issued an executive order to review the Clean Water Rule of 2015. The Clean Water Rule, also called “Waters of the United States,” regulates which bodies of water are Federally protected. These protected bodies of water are used for any variety of reasons: drinking, farming, industry, and recreation.

The initial purpose of the Clean Water Rule

The aim of the Clean Water Rule was to save time and reduce costs and confusion in regards to projects, ...

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