Inside the February 2009 Issue of Cleaner

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Doing It All
Versatile Worx invests its early years in building a diversified business backed by modern technology and a commitment to training
Finding Joy
Contractor Dale Boudro and wife Yolanda share their abundant life by adopting children from overseas and founding schools in African nations
Keep Your Edge at Any Age
Running a company may be a challenge, but it doesn’t have to make you old. Here are 10 tips for staying young and enjoying work and home life more.
“I Can’t Afford It”
Of all excuses for not attending your industry’s major trade show, this one is the most ill-advised and, in the end, the most harmful
Safety in Waterblasting
We in the industry need to promote proper, responsible use of high-pressure equipment.
Seeing Red
A bold color makes a big difference in an Idaho drain-cleaning company’s master branding strategy
When Prices Soar
Here are five strategies to help your business make it through today’s difficult times and be prepared for better times ahead
Whatever, Wherever
A Montana cleaner makes a clean sweep in municipal business serving even the smallest towns in three wild western states
Future Fleets
Business owners keep an open mind about hybrid vehicles while pursuing varied strategies to keep fuel expenses reasonable
An Occupational Hazard
While often overlooked, stress on the job can be a serious health issue for employees
Saving Fuel With Technology
GPS and other innovations, including wireless fuel-data management, can help service contractors make a dent in fleet operating costs
Under the Floor
An engineering and inspection team completes an assessment of an old sewer force main 50 feet below San Diego Bay
A Great Combination
Expo Saturday Evening Jam headliner Montgomery Gentry plays hard-driving country hits, while opening act 38 Special brings memorable ‘80s rock
Industry News - February 2009
PipeHunter Designer John Stoneman Sr. Dies