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Nitschke Liquid Waste
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NITSCHKE LIQUID WASTE WINERY WASTE WATER SERVICE

Nitschke liquid waste has over 20 years of experience in the transportation and treatment of large volumes of winery waste and trade waste.
Nitschke is EPA Licensed, OH&S compliant and fully insured and has the capability to transport in excess of 14,000 litres of winery waste water at any time.
We have the equipment and manpower to handle any situation and our service excels during the vintage time.
For pH adjustment, treatment and transportation of wine wastewater, we do it all. 

Servicing South Australia’s wine regions with affordable rates and exceptional service.   Please call us at 8260 7660 for more details.
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If you need your Septic Tank Pumped and cleaned out.  We are offering a $20 discount.  Just print off the voucher and hand it to the driver on the service day to redeem your discount.  
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Nitschke Liquid Waste has added another vacuum truck to its fleet of grease trap service vehicles.  This vacuum tanker will be cleaning a grease trap from a restaurant near you.  Keep your eyes open for one of the best looking Liquid Trucks in the Adelaide metro area.
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Adelaide's Emergency Grease trap cleaning and septic tank service.
We just took delivery of our Evac 3200 by Vacuum Truck Supplies.  This unit is designed to be lifted onto our small Isuzu tray top.  This is ideal for limited access and 24 hour emergency call outs for grease trap cleaning and septic tank pumping services.  

http://www.nitschkeliquidwaste.com/emergency-service/
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Trouble shooting septic tanks.
There is a bit of a misconception that pumping out your septic tank will fix all of your problems.  On a routine pump out of every 3 - 4 years this would be the case, but too often we encounter emergency call outs for overflowing sinks and toilets due to poor maintenance of the septic system.  Some tips that we highly recommend.
1.  For Bad smells in the shower or toilet, before you pump your septic tank check toilet bowl gasket and excessive build up of fats and hair in shower drain.
2.  Get your tank pumped out and cleaned If it has been 3 - 4 years since you have had your last service. 
3.  On pump out get Nitschke Liquid Waste to inspect your inlet pipe and outlet pipe for blockages from tree roots.
4.  Note - your septic tank will fill back up within a couple of days and present the same problem if the cause of the problem has not been rectified.  If this happens call your local plumber.
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Great pictures of Vacuum trucks for Grease trap cleaning and septic tank pumping.
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Septic tank cleaning and pumping South Australia.
Nitschke Liquid Waste is a South Australian family owned and operated business.  We provide septic pumping throughout Adelaide Metro and all Adelaide Hills, country and South Coast areas.  We service domestic septic customers from Lewiston to Goolwa to Murray Bridge and all the towns in-between.
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Septic Tank Tips.
1.  It helps to know where your septic tank is located.
2.  The lid must be accessible and dug up.
3.  The septic tank lid is usually a few feet below the ground level (tanks sit below the level of your house) Septic lids are about 2 foot by 2 foot and should not be confused with the IP (inspection point) which is a PVC pipe or a septic riser lid.  Septic risers usually have 2 rectangle concrete lids and when you open them you will then find the septic lid around 3 feet below.  You may have to dig out the sand.  In the following pictures, picture 1 shows the concrete riser with the concrete riser lids opened.  (The septic lid is still 3 foot below ground level).  This picture also shows a small concrete lid to the bottom right of picture.  When you open this small lid it exposes an IP (PVC inspection pipe)....this is NOT the septic tank lid.  
Picture 2 is our mini truck suited for tight access situations.  Picture 3 is Paul cleaning the tank.
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