Manufacturing and retail business alike are notorious for producing various forms of waste that must be managed properly. Otherwise, they can significantly affect the wellbeing of the people living or carrying out other activities near your business. They create a statutory nuisance, an element that is legally recognised as a hazard to the welfare of the surrounding community. As a start-up businessperson, the sad part is that you may not be aware of the some of the things that amount to statutory nuisance.
- Pontoon boats and deck boats are easily the more common options when it comes to family or group boats. The two models have been around for a long time and have both made considerable design advancements over the years. If you're comparing the two models and wondering which is better for you, here are reasons why pontoon boats remain a better option compared to deck boats. See what they are below.
- Pontoon boats are excellent options when you want a boat that offers a flatter surface and more room to gather friends and family. Before you make a decision on your boat, here are some things to consider. Where will you be using the boat? The reason this is an important question to ask yourself is because the size of the pontoon boat's deck doesn't just determine how much room there is for friends when you are going out in the boat.
- Truck mounted attenuators are impact-absorbing devices attached to the back end of trucks to protect the driver, their co-workers and other road users in the event that an errant vehicle hits the truck from behind. Typically, these attenuators are used on trucks that operate in high traffic, high speed routes where the risk of vehicular collisions is quite high. All personnel used to drive trucks equipped with truck-mounted attenuators must be competent in the proper operations of the unit.
- Technology has been breaking new grounds and making innovations in the land surveying industry, from the use of drones to GPR scanning, and now the introduction of 3D laser scanning. The 3D laser scanning technology has brought significant changes and improvements in land surveying by helping surveyors and contractors create virtual images of a property and its topographic features and details. Read on to find out more about this technology, its significance, and why you should consider utilizing it during the survey of your property.