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For All Your Residential & Commercial Plumbing Needs

Local and Convenient

Looking for a local New Jersey plumbing company with guaranteed workmanship and an unparalleled reputation for putting customers first? Then call on ALL CLEAR for all your Plumbing, Heating, A/C, Drain & Sewer Cleaning needs.

We are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays. Call day or night and speak with our cheerful office staff! We offer one-hour emergency service. There is never an extra charge for same-day service including nights, weekends and holidays!

Free Estimates

We charge by the job, not by the hour. One of our professional service technicians will come out and assess your plumbing, drain or sewer problem for free. You will know the cost of the job before any work is performed. We guarantee our work!

If you need quality plumbing services with affordable rates, give us a call and we will radio dispatch a nearby technician out to your residence or business.

That’s right, we do commercial work too!

Residential & Commercial Repairs 24/7

Whether you own a home or run a restaurant, office, or any other type of business, you know how vital rapid and reliable plumbing repairs can be.

Having the ability to replace your broken sump pump during a bad rain storm can save you potentially thousands of dollars in damages to your home and your belongings. And being able to stay open on a Saturday night because drains were unblocked or restrooms and/or kitchens were repaired when you needed it can make a big difference for your bottom line.

Professional and Reliable

You can trust ALL CLEAR to be professional, reliable, and easy to work with. It’s about doing whatever it takes to keep things running smoothly.

We know there are a lot of plumbing companies out there. That’s why we always do our best! We appreciate you taking the time to consider our company for your plumbing and heating needs. We look forward to the opportunity to serve you!

We are also proud to announce that ALL CLEAR has earned the service industry’s coveted ANGIE’S LIST SUPER SERVICE AWARD. We appreciate all the high marks and kind words that our customers have given us to earn this distinct recognition! Read more

We Handle All Your Residential & Commercial Plumbing Needs

We can fix it all! We’ll dig up your underground sewer or water lines with a backhoe. or just come out to fix that leaky faucet or running toilet. All Clear specializes in both residential and commercial plumbing. Whether it’s your home or place of business, we can help! Not many companies can say that.
Call us today for your free, no obligation estimate!

We Can Unclog Any Drain!

From rooter snakes to high pressure jets, All Clear will clear your drains and sewers in the most efficient way possible. Whether it’s a collapsed sewer pipe underground or just a back-up in your basement, you can trust All Clear. We even perform video inspections before performing any major work on underground pipes to isolate the trouble. Call today for your free, no obligation estimate!

High Efficiency Savings & Professional Installations

We offer choice and convenience when selecting a new hot water system that best fits your home, your needs and your budget. Rely on the expert advice, great value and professional installations you’ll receive from All Clear. Choose from the best brands on the market, with industry-leading warranties that offer complete peace of mind.
Call us today for your free, no obligation estimate!

We Can Show You How to Save

The EPA says that one of the most important factors in heating and cooling efficiency is a professional installation. All Clear offers energy-saving solutions, utility rebates, and more. Services include repair and installation of boilers and furnaces, central air conditioning systems, and A/C condensers. We also perform oil to gas conversions for boilers. Call us today for your no obligation estimate!


Sewage Treatment Plants #residential #sewage #treatment #plant, #sewage #treatment #pants #sewage #treatment


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Sewage Treatment Plants

Low cost, low carbon footprint, high efficiency sewage treatment plants.

Under the new EPP2 regulations, only plants with the EN12566-3 2005 Certification are allowed to register for the Discharge Permit or Exemption now required by the Environment Agency.

All Sewage treatment plants and wastewater treatment plants on this site comply with these regulations. For commercial plants please call us for more information and prices.

For more information on waste regulations please have a look at our regulations page.

The Biorock is the only sewage treatment plant on the market that conforms to British Standards and has no need for a electrical feed, because it operates purely by gravity and has an amazing 99% purification rate.

Powered Wastewater Treatment Plants

These plants also conform to British Standards for treatment plants but use a small amount of electricity to operate, however they are very cost effective and simple to install.

For more information please visit our sewage treatment plant information page.

Klargester Biodisc

Parts – Motor/Gearbox

1-4 Bedroom Properties

5-6 Bedroom Properties

Klargester

6-9 Bedroom Properties

Tricel UK Sewage Treatment Plants

10-25 Bedroom Properties

Biorock

Septic Tank Conversion


Mississauga Restoration, Flood Damage, Mold Removal, 911 Restoration, Asbestos Removal, Mold Testing


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Welcome to Aura Restoration Services

When a home or business is damaged it can throw family lives and routines into chaos. No one expects to experience disaster so in the aftermath of a flood or other type of disaster, confusion and even fear can take over. That’s where AURA Restoration Services steps in, to provide a much needed peace of mind during times of turmoil. AURA Restoration Services is here to restore your peace of mind amidst the disruption.

We work closely to ensure your home is restored quickly and with quality workmanship. You can rely on us to use the industry’s most advanced techniques and tools to effectively restore your home and protect personal property from further damage. We handle jobs as large as your entire home or as small as a single room. When the unexpected happens, call on the quick response of AURA Restoration Services at (416) 660-1484.

Aura Restoration Services Mission Statement

Aura Restoration Services will provide a place of employment that is dedicated to the training and rewarding of accomplishments of its employees. When employees are treated well, they in turn do a better job, which in turn generates a better product and an increase in business. We will work together as a team sharing our vast wealth of experience to continue to provide the best product available to you and the property owner. We will strive to provide a superior level of service in your time of need.

Our goal is to take this experience and provide a superior level of customer service, at a fair price and to continue grow our relationships with our industry partners.

We are a 24 hour, 7 days a week emergency provider.

Please feel free to give us a call (416) 660-1484.
Thank you for considering or continuing to use our services.

We collect information from you when you register on our site, place an order, subscribe to our newsletter or fill out a form. When ordering or registering on our site, as appropriate, you may be asked to enter your: name, e-mail address or mailing address. You may, however, visit our site anonymously.
Any of the information we collect from you may be used. read more


What is – Sewer Backup? #sewage #backup #cleanup


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What is “Sewer Backup”?

While floods are probably best known for causing extensive water damage to homes and businesses, they can also cause sewage from sanitary sewer lines to back up into houses through drain pipes. These backups not only cause damage that is difficult and expensive to repair, but also create health hazards.

Most homeowner and business insurance policies do not cover sewer backup unless specific sewer backup coverage is added to the policy, according to the Insurance Information Institute (I.I.I.). “Obtaining an insurance rider on a homeowners or business policy would cover such damage if it occurs,” said Loretta Worters, vice president, I.I.I.

“Sewer backup coverage is available from most insurers for a nominal cost, usually $40-$50 on an annual insurance policy,” she said.

Most homeowners and business owners may not realize that they are responsible for the maintenance and repair of their house or sewer lateral – the pipeline between the city sanitary sewer main, usually located under the street, and the building. The sewer lateral is owned and maintained by the property owner including any part that may extend into the street or public right of way. A cracked or deteriorated lateral or one filled with tree roots can allow groundwater to seep into the system, contributing to the possible sewer backup problems.

Causes of Sewer Backup

Blockages due to Tree Roots. Shrubs and trees seeking moisture can make their way into sewer line cracks causing extensive damage. They may start out small, getting into a small crack in the pipe; but as the tree or shrub continues to grow, so does the root. Tree roots can enter the service pipe at joints and cause blockages. They can also travel a long way, and roots from different types of trees act differently. If you suspect that city trees are responsible for sewer line damage, your plumber can contact the city and samples of the roots will be used to help identify the trees and who is responsible for cleanup. Sometimes a blockage is the result of a combination of city and private trees. In this case costs are split between the city and property owner.

Sanitary Main. A blockage can occur in a city sanitary main. If the blockage is not detected in time, sewage from the main can back up into homes and businesses through floor drains. Usually this happens slowly, giving the owner time to call a licensed plumber to assess the damage. If water is entering your basement at a rapid rate, call the city public works office and report the problem immediately so that a city operator can investigate.

Water in Basement. Most basement flooding is not related to the sanitary sewer system. In many cases, soil settles adjacent to the building and, if not corrected, leads to rainwater flowing towards the building and down the outside of the foundation wall. This is particularly true in older buildings where cracks may have developed in the foundation or floor slab which allow water to enter the basement. The cement floor and basement walls of these structures may have deteriorated to the point that they are no longer waterproof. Thus, water can show up in a basement which has never had a water problem. This frequently happens when the ground is saturated after repeated or heavy rain storms. Drainage can be improved by making sure that water drains away from the building. Homeowners can also prevent flooding by water-sealing the basement.

Homeowners and business insurance do not cover flood damage. Only flood insurance will cover your losses in the event of a flood. Federal flood insurance policies can be purchased directly from an insurance agent or a company representative, and are available to communities that participate in the National Flood Insurance Program. Nearly 100 insurance companies write and service NFIP policies. In order to find an agent or company servicing your area, visit www.floodsmart.gov or call (888) 379-9531. Your insurance agent or broker can handle the claim for you.

Ways to Prevent Backups in Your Lateral and in the City Main

Dispose of Grease Properly. Cooking oil should be poured into a heat-resistant container and disposed of properly, after it cools off, not in the drain. Washing grease down the drain with hot water can cause significant problems. As the grease cools off, it will solidify either in the drain, the property owner’s line, or in the main sewer causing the line to constrict and eventually clog.

Dispose of Paper Products Properly. Paper towels, disposable (and cloth) diapers, and feminine products can cause many problems in the property owner’s lateral as well as in the city main because they do not deteriorate quickly, as bathroom tissue does.

Replace your line with new plastic pipe. One way to prevent tree roots from entering your line is to replace your line and tap with new plastic pipe. If you still have problems with tree roots growing in your lateral, you may have to have roots cut periodically.

Illegal Plumbing Connections. Do not connect French drains, sump pumps and other flood control systems to your sanitary sewer. It is illegal, and debris and silt will clog your line. Consult a plumber to correct any illegal connections.

Install a Backwater Prevention Valve. A backwater valve is a fixture installed into a sewer line, and sometimes into a drain line, in the basement of your home or business to prevent sewer backflows. A properly installed and maintained backwater valve allows sewage to go out, but not to come back in. Property owners are responsible for the installation and maintenance of backwater valves. The cost to install one depends on the type of plumbing in your home or business and the difficulty of installation. Check with a qualified plumber.

What to do if you Experience a Sewer Backup

A sewer backup can lead to disease, destruction of your valuables, damage to your house or business, and can even result in electrical malfunctions. Prompt cleanup of the affected property can help minimize the inconvenience and prevent mold and further damage. In the event of sewer backup, immediately arrange for the cleanup of your property. This should include:

Wet-vacuuming or removing spillage

Mopping floors and wiping walls with soap and disinfectant

Flushing out and disinfecting plumbing fixtures

Steam cleaning or removing wet carpets or drapes

Repairing or removing damaged wallboard or wall covering

Cleanup of ductwork

How to File a Claim

For insurance claim purposes, take before and after photos of the affected areas and itemize any property losses. Save all receipts related to repairs, cleaning or damages and contact your Independent Insurance Agent as soon as possible.


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Storm Water Program

California Board of Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors and Geologists (CBPELSG Licensee) Licensed QSD Training Program

Consistent with Title 16, California Code of Regulations section 475 Code of Professional Conduct, a CBPELSG Licensee shall provide service for a project in a manner that is consistent with the laws, codes, ordnances and regulations applicable to that project. A CBPELSG Licensee shall not misrepresent his or her qualifications to a prospective or existing client or employer. A CBPELSG Licensee shall not misrepresent to a prospective or existing client the CBPELSG Licensee’s scope of responsibility in connection with projects or services for which the CBPELSG Licensee is receiving or will receive compensation from that client.

The State Water Resources Control Board expect that a CBPELSG Licensee has is thorough knowledge of the Construction General Permit requirements, and fully understands the supporting documents and other information available on the Water Boards websites. In addition, a CBPELSG Licensee must have a fundamental knowledge of erosion and sediment control and other construction site pollutants to implement the corrective actions necessary to protect Waters of the United States.

CBPELSG Licensees can register as a Qualified SWPPP Developer (QSD) via the State Water Board s Storm Water Multiple Application and Report Tracking System (SMARTS) online database.

  • CBPELSG QSD Registration in SMARTS Guide
  • SMARTS
  • CBPELSG Licensee QSD Certification Fact Sheet

Construction General Permit Training

Construction General Permit Review:

CGP Qualified SWPPP Developer (QSD)/ Qualified SWPPP Practitioner (QSP) Exams

The 2009-0009-DWQ Construction General Permit (CGP) requires that Qualified SWPPP Developers (QSDs) and Qualified SWPPP Practitioners (QSPs) attend a State Water Board Sponsored Training Course by September 2, 2011. In accordance with these requirements the State Water Board has approved of CASQA s QSD/QSP training course schedule of these courses is provided by CASQA s approved Trainers of Record .

Scientific Collectors Permit – Bioassessment Sampling

Training Videos

Construction General Permit Video: Introduction to the Legally Responsible Person
June 2013
Video Link
Construction General Permit Video: Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation 2 (RUSLE2) Calculation
Video Link
Construction General Permit Video: Post-Construction Runoff Reduction Calculation in SMARTS
Video Link

Publication Available

CASQA Construction BMP Handbook / Portal

CASQA has developed a new CASQA Construction BMP Handbook / Portal to complement the new State Construction General Permit that takes effect July 2010.

CASQA is making the new CASQA Construction BMP Handbook / Portal available now for annual subscription to help permittees and other users prepare for when the new permit takes effect in July. Get more information about purchasing an annual subscription to the Construction BMP Handbook / Portal.

California Best Management Practices Handbooks

The California Stormwater Best Management Practice Handbooks have provided excellent guidance to the stormwater community since their publication by the Stormwater Quality Task Force (SWQTF) in 1993. The SWQTF has initiated the Handbook Update Project to revise and update the Handbooks to reflect current practices, standards, and knowledge gained about the effectiveness of Best Management Practices (BMPs), and to make the Handbooks more accessible.

The California Stormwater Quality Association is an independent advisory group of regulated entities. The statements and views on its Website do not necessarily reflect those of the State Water Board or the Regional Water Boards.

Order Stormwater Best Management Practice (BMP) Handbooks online .

Erosion Sediment Control Field Manual

Best Management Practices (BMPs) for construction site planning and management. erosion and sediment control, pollution prevention, and sampling guidelines. Descriptions of BMPs are concise and include full-color graphics and installation information including guidelines, timing and limitations. Also includes the new Phase II regulations, the State Board sampling and monitoring guidelines, and long-term maintenance information. ( Revised 2002 )

148 Pages, Full Color

Start at the Source: A Design Guidance Manual for Stormwater Quality Protection

By the Bay Area Stormwater Management Agencies Association (BASMAA). BASMAA’s second edition of Start at the Source focuses on the importance of considering stormwater quality in the early stage of planning and designing land development and redevelopment.

This current edition has been updated and expanded to include commercial, industrial, and institutional development, as well as a technical section to provide more detailed information on the characteristics, application, design criteria, maintenance, and economics of the details that are discussed in this document, examples of case studies, frequently asked questions, and a complete glossary are also included.

Available at www.basmaa.org after May 30, 2003. For additional information please email BASMAA or phone 510 622-2326

The content of these Websites and documents do not necessarily reflect the view and policies of the State Water Resources Control Board, nor does the mention of trade names or commercial products constitute endorsement or recommendation for use.

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