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FIRST THINGS FIRST

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  1. FIRST THINGS FIRST Matt 16:24-26 24 Then Jesus said to His disciples, "If anyone desires to come after Me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow Me. 25 "For whoever desires to save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for My sake will find it. 26 "For what profit is it to a man if he gains the whole world, and loses his own soul? Or what will a man give in exchange for his soul? (NKJ)

  2. INSPECTIONSWhat ever cleaning should be Steve Meeks Meeks Environmental Services

  3. What We Do!!! Wastewater

  4. What We Do!!! “ I could never do what you do for a living” Wastewater

  5. WHO ARE YOU? • PUMPERS • INSTALL AND REPAIR • PORTABLES • PLUMBERS • ENGINEERS

  6. HOW LONG ? • 1 YEAR • 5 YEARS • 10 YEARS • 20 YEARS • OVER 25 YEARS

  7. WHAT ABOUT THEBAD JOBS? Our War Stories !

  8. WHAT ABOUT THE BAD JOBS? • Biggest tank cleaned

  9. WHAT ABOUT THE BAD JOBS? • Biggest tank cleaned • Deepest underground

  10. WHAT ABOUT THE BAD JOBS? • Biggest tank cleaned • Deepest underground • Furtherest from your truck

  11. WHAT ABOUT THE BAD JOBS? • Biggest tank cleaned • Deepest underground • Furtherest from your truck • Greatest lift

  12. WHAT ABOUT THE BAD JOBS? • Biggest tank cleaned • Deepest underground • Furtherest from your truck • Greatest lift • Strangest thing found

  13. WHAT ABOUT THE BAD JOBS? • Biggest tank cleaned • Deepest underground • Furtherest from your truck • Greatest lift • Strangest thing found • Longest since last cleaned

  14. Onsite WastewaterInspections What every cleaning should be.

  15. Onsite WastewaterInspections What every cleaning should be. Why?

  16. Onsite WastewaterInspections Why? • To protect the environment

  17. Onsite WastewaterInspections Why? • To protect the environment We do this!

  18. Onsite WastewaterInspections Why? • To protect the environment • To protect public health

  19. Onsite WastewaterInspections Why? • To protect the environment • To protect public health We do this!

  20. Onsite WastewaterInspections Why? • To protect the environment • To protect public health • For the industry’s perception

  21. Onsite WastewaterInspections Why? • To protect the environment • To protect public health • For the industry’s perception We had better do this!

  22. What are wastewater systems supposed to do?

  23. What are wastewater systems supposed to do? • Take the wastewater away

  24. What are wastewater systems supposed to do? • Take the wastewater away. • Treat it.

  25. What are wastewater systems supposed to do? • Take the wastewater away. • Treat it. • Protect public health.

  26. What are wastewater systems supposed to do? • Take the wastewater away. • Treat it. • Protect public health. Do city sewer systems do this?

  27. What are wastewater systems supposed to do? • Take the wastewater away. • Treat it. • Protect public health. Do city sewer systems do this? Can a Septic Tank / Onsite system do this?

  28. Onsite WastewaterIndustry • Onsite can do the job.

  29. Onsite WastewaterIndustry • Onsite can do the job. • It can do the job and it can do it better and more cost effective in many cases.

  30. Onsite WastewaterIndustry • Onsite can do the job. • It can do the job and it can do it better and more cost effective in many cases. • It also reintroduces more water back into local aquifers.

  31. Let’s pump!

  32. Let’s pump! • Park in the street.

  33. Let’s pump! • Park in the street. • Why?

  34. Why would you stay in the street? • You may not pump the tank. • Empty • Not the problem • Didn’t call to cancel

  35. Why would you stay in the street? • You may not pump the tank. • Driveway may be old.

  36. Why would you stay in the street? What can a big truck do to a bad driveway?

  37. Take a Good Look! What can we see from the street? How much can you tell about the system?

  38. Things to look for. • Dark or discolored areas

  39. Things to look for. • Dark or discolored areas • Wet spots or water running from yard

  40. Things to look for. • Dark or discolored areas • Wet spots or water running from yard • Is the vent stack in the front?

  41. Things to look for. • Dark or discolored areas • Wet spots or water running from yard • Is the vent stack in the front? • Which way does the yard slope? • Is there room for the field?

  42. Thingsto look for. • Does the customer park in the yard?

  43. Thingsto look for. • Does the customer park in the yard? • Does this yard drain the neighborhood?

  44. Thingsto look for. • Does the customer park in the yard? • Does the yard drain the neighborhood? • Is the yard in a low area?

  45. Thingsto look for. • Does the customer park in the yard? • Does the yard drain the neighborhood? • Is the yard in a low area? • Is there standing water?

  46. Oh where, oh where, has my septic tank gone? • Where does the homeowner think that it is?

  47. Oh where, oh where, has my septic tank gone? • Where does the homeowner think that it is? Have they ever held a probe?

  48. Oh where oh where…? • Where does the homeowner think that it is? • Where would an engineer put it? • Logic helpful, but not required.

  49. Oh where oh where…? • Where does the homeowner think that it is? • Where would an engineer put it? • Logic helpful, but not required. • Where would you put it?

  50. Questions for the owner • How old is the house, or system?