Managing supply for remote projects

Benefits of Water Tanks versus Rainwater Impoundments on Farms

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Rainwater impoundments are a common sight on farmland. These impoundments hold rainwater and have a form of drainage to allow the water to be used for irrigation into crops. The problem with impoundments is how much space they can take up. If you are looking for a better way to irrigate your crops, here are some benefits of using 10000 litre water tanks. Increased Agricultural Land The main benefit to using 10000 litre water tanks instead of a rainwater impoundment is the amount of useable agricultural land made available.…

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7 Elements to Expect on the Contract When Hiring Equipment

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When you hire equipment, you usually have to sign an agreement. Wondering what to expect on the agreement? Well, the specifics vary from company to company, but here are some of the elements you may see: 1. Basic Details As with any contract, an equipment hire contract is going to have basics such as your name, the name of the hire company and the type of equipment being hired. Of course, the agreement should also have the hire fee as well as any payment details.…

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What You Need to Know When Planning a Waste Tank Rental

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A waste tank rental can be a good choice for when you’re planning work at a remote jobsite and need additional restroom waste accommodations beyond what can be managed by portable toilets. They can also be needed for food service companies that works offsite as well, as they can connect to kitchen plumbing and not just toilets. When you are considering a waste tank rental, you might note a few important details so you ensure you get the right type and also know what’s involved in that rental.…

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