The Throne of Sir John Harrington

by Ellen Castelow Sir John Harrington (aka Harington) was a poet – an author, a revolutionary, and a lover of women. But his poetry was not why he would be remembered. Something much more ‘down to earth’ was to be his legacy. He invented the lavatory! He was a godson...

How Much Grease Do Fast Food Restaurants Produce?

Have you ever wondered just how much grease fast food restaurants produce daily, monthly or even yearly? It’s a lot! This be good reason why restaurants and eateries need to have a professional grease and sand trap service provider. Here is a nice visual that...

Aerobic Septic System

Original article by Corey Tournet of The Laundry Alternative, NCAugust 27, 2018 What are Aerobic Septic Systems? Aerobic septic systems are used in situations where standard septic systems are not a viable option. In many cases, aerobic systems and septic protectors...

Future Progress

Digging the sewerage of Paris was no small task. The last ten centuries have toiled at it without being able to finish, any more than they could finish Paris. The sewer, in fact, receives all the counterstrokes of the growth of Paris. It is in the ground a species of...

Present Progress

Entering the Tomb of the Commonwealth and the Alchemy of the mind.  So much is spoken of the environment and of solutions great and small, from men whom profess be pioneers and patriarchs of the Dream, to lesser base shadows of men whom cannot think but of profit or...