haven't talked for a while...
the reason is that Not One Person has sent us a single
story, anecdote, suggestion, or even an electronic sausage!
Nothing. This does not terribly concern me because if
you don't send me anything I only have to write one of
these things when I have something to say! So...Once again
I remind you that this was to be your newsletter discussing
things important to you and your business, so please send
me material to reprint in the next issue.
again Terralift will be at the Pumper and Cleaner Environmental
Expo West (Hey, check out the new name! Definitely an
improvement!) We will be located at Booth # 5 and TR-1.
Demonstrations will be held Thursday and Friday between
3:00 and 3:45 somewhere on the grounds of the show. Hope
to see all you West Coasters, and all the rest of you
that can make the trip too. Stop by the booth and say
believe I mentioned in the Trouble Shooting Guide (last
issue), that a check valve should be installed at the
bottom of your product tank. This stops the beads from
clogging the hose running from the half inch solenoid
(located on the regulator assembly) to the bottom of your
product tank. If you don't have a check valve installed
already, remove and check your hose for clogging. This
could greatly reduce or stop your bead output. We highly
recommend installing one of these valves. The valves are
available from Terralift for $38.00. You may order this
by filling out the form below.
Second Annual Terralift Owners Meeting
we are going to have another meeting in Nashville this
coming year. the only problem is that no one has expressed
any interest in giving a presentation. Come on guys, John
Ward and Zan Iseman had the guts to get up in front of
all of you and talk. There has to be one or two of you
out there willing to do the same. Don't be a wimp. Think
about it. I'll let you know the date and time when we
get a bit closer to show time.
From Around the Country
Gregory has been instrumental in fighting for and finally
receiving approval in the state of Washington for Terralift.
He is now working with individual counties and their S.E.O.'s
to educate them as to the benifits of Terralift. For a
full list of Washington State counties supporting the
Terralift, call Dennis at:LDL Enviro Services, 206-952-2188
Finally after much debate and question, the boys at Associated
Products have gotten Pennsylvania to make a ruling on
Terralift and it goes like this: Until a system has been
documented by the state as a failure, it is not a failed
system. This means that you can Terralift the field with
no problems at all. If it has been documented by the state,
then a repair permit would be required. We should be receiving
this in writting in a couple of weeks. For up-to-date
info on Pennsylvania call: Paul Nelson at 717-766-5397,
Ray Erb at 717-626-5591, or Dave Kline at 717-898-8158
Our two new owners in Alaska, Jerry Leach of Eagle River,
and Joe Shaw of Denali Sewer in Anchorage, have fought
and won a skirmish with thier local board over the monitoring
of Terralift jobs they've done. The issue was the cost
to the homeowner of the tests. They have reached an equitable
compromise for both parties.
Could Be All About You
again I urge you to please send me your stories, anecdotes,
or even an electrinic sausage! (If it fits in my copy
machine I will print it!) I don't want to be the only
one talking in this rag, so.....Please Help!