Illegal dumping.

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I have a 120 gallon tank and there is no way I could clean all day unless I was only cleaning a little apartment once per day. You guys must be using some low flow stuff and moving fast with no dry passes.
That's why we have the 210 gallon waste tanks, not the 120 gallon that you have.
 
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He doesn’t read well
I read just fine. I still don’t see it though. Even with a 500 gallon tank cleaning all day. But I may be comparing apples and oranges of a highly detailed cleaning company to a high volume company. I’m not high volume. I’m good with 3 per day with a 12 flow wand.
 
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210 gallon waste tank using the Turbo and cleaning tile all day non-stop and I filled the waste tank up. I only had a small entrance to do to finish. Quickly opened the waste tank...2 seconds... and finished. Sprayed off the not very dirty water.
I wouldn't want a fresh water tank that was less than the 110 gallons. It's all stainless steel as well...better than plastic.
 
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There probably is nothing illegal or dangerous about what he did, just stupid... and handled stupidly when confronted.

We worked with the local agencies to standardize ground dumping laws. Pretty straightforward here now.



"The roofing contractor was driving through Chingford in North East London when he was pulled over by Waltham Forest Council workers."

It would be nice if the reporter interviewed the citation issuing worker on camera and asked, "Did you decide to become a prick or are you just that big of an idiot?"
 
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I read just fine. I still don’t see it though. Even with a 500 gallon tank cleaning all day. But I may be comparing apples and oranges of a highly detailed cleaning company to a high volume company. I’m not high volume. I’m good with 3 per day with a 12 flow wand.
I am not sure what you are implying Damon. Are you suggesting that a "highly detailed cleaning company" doing 3 jobs per day recover more than 210 gallons of waste water?

Actually Larr.....we tol them a few
Years before that.....we finalized
It in 1776......
Not to put too fine a point on it Bob, but the Revolutionary War ended in 1783 with the signing of the Treaty of Paris. The Declaration of Independence was signed in 1776. You should remember that, it was in all the papers. :biggrin:
 

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