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Do Manhole Covers Have to be Round?

There is no immutable law demanding that manhole covers have to be round. Indeed, there are some square or rectangular ones. However these are rare, generally only found in cases where there is a need for heavy equipment to go through them. The reality is that the vast majority of manhole covers are indeed round. So just why are manhole covers round? There has to be some logic to it, surely. Alternatively, is it simply a case of manhole covers being made round today because they always have been round in the past? Actually, there are quite a few good...


Gray Water, Black Water, Sewer Caps. Don't Get Lost in Your RV Waste

It can be great fun travelling the countryside in an RV, going wherever you want, seeing whatever sights attract you. The USA is a huge country, and if you travel by RV, you are not limited to seeing common tourist attractions or paying exorbitant hotel fees. You get to be part of the great outdoors. Of course, you still want some comforts of civilisation - hence you are in your well-equipped RV rather than a tent! Assuming that your RV has some form of plumbing installed you will need to consider the different types of wastewater that you have building...


Enviro Design Products - Wholesale Distributors Can Now Buy Online

In the last 30 days we've updated our inventory and billing platform, website, and now customer ordering system to ensure that our wholesale distributors can buy from us twenty-four hours a day in the most accurate way possible.Our new website maintains the confidentiality of pricing for our distribution partners, but once logged in distributors can purchase any product with increasing discounts based on volume. We also updated our volume pricing discounts. If you are a new distributor you may register on the site by clicking "Wholesaler Account" at the top of the screen and registering for distributor access. All accounts are...


Woodall's Campground Management

Green Initiatives: Good for Business Ocean Lakes Family Campground has made headlines over the years for its investments in solar energy and recycling and promotion of electric vehicles. Last summer, the 893-site, Myrtle Beach, S.C., park opened the first electric vehicle charging station on the Carolina coast, while also recruiting its guests to recycle more than 330,000 pounds of solid waste. But as the nation celebrates Earth Day in April, Ocean Lakes is turning its attention to an admittedly less glamorous but equally important green initiative: the installation of locking, spring-activated sewer caps...