Crossing Your Tís Before You Can Dot Your IísWritten by Steven Hapeman
Thereís an old saying that goes,ďDonít count your Chickenís before they hatchĒ, well I came up with my own saying, You canít dot your Iís before you cross your Tís.
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Crossing your Tís before you can dot your Iís stands for, before you can earn Income and Independence, you must use proper Tools, Tips, Tricks and Techniques in order to succeed in your home based business. There are still some sites out there that promise you same get rich quick scheme, but I found one that is willing to give you all these Tools, Tips, Tricks and Techniques.
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Dallas Contracting Co., Inc. Completes Removal of Two 20,000-Gallon USTs Written by Damon Kozul
South Plainfield, New Jersey, July 2005 Ė Dallas Contracting Co., Inc., (website: http://www.dallascontracting.com) a specialized contractor providing demolition, onsite concrete aggregate crushing, equipment salvage and scrap metal recycling to various industries, completed removal of two (2) 20,000 gallon underground storage tanks.
The first task was to pump tanks out to remove any liquids and sludge. Tanker trucks were used to remove liquids. A vacuum truck was then utilized to remove any remaining sludge.
Following removal of liquids and sludge, underground storage tanks were exhumed using a Komatsu PC-400-LC6. The tanks were placed on polyethylene and then cut into pieces using a Komatsu PC300-5 with a shear attachment. The steel tank pieces were sent offsite for recycling. The excavation area was then backfilled with clean fill materials.
About Dallas Contracting Co., Inc.
Dallas Contracting Co., Inc. has been in business for 26 years, is financially sound (D&B Rating of 3A2), is bondable, and works on a nationwide basis. Dallas Contracting Co., Inc. offers a turnkey approach to demolition, concrete recycling and remediation projects by offering following services under one roof: