Inside the June 2010 Issue of Cleaner

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Learning While Doing Learning While Doing
Engineering school gives a young contractor valuable knowledge to combine with real-world experience while building a company
Winning Combinations Winning Combinations
Manufacturers report on innovations that make the latest jet-vacuum sewer cleaning trucks more intelligent, powerful, and productive on the job site.
Holding Water Holding Water
A trenchless lining system saves a small municipality in southwest Minnesota from digging up the bottom of its new swimming pool
Going Undercover Going Undercover
A CBS reality television series features a Roto-Rooter executive getting an inside look at day-to-day operations in the company
Cutting Through Cutting Through
A trailer hydrojetter boosts an Arizona drain cleaner’s productivity and profits, pleases customers and helps open new markets.
Recording System Is Built to Handle Rough Weather Recording System Is Built to Handle Rough Weather
The SeeSnake DVDPak recording system from RIDGID lets contractors reliably monitor and record inspections even in hostile weather.
Eyes in the Back Eyes in the Back
Obstacle detection technology helps avoid costly collisions with other vehicles and fixed objects
Creating the Culture Creating the Culture
For Advanced Vacuum Services, it’s all about workplace safety and employees who are engaged in pleasing customers and helping the business grow.
Product News - June 2010 Product News - June 2010
Featured products of June
Industry News - June 2010
SPIR STAR Opens, Launches Web site; Mexico Repair Center & Mr. Rooter Receives Franchisee Satisfaction Award
He Says, She Says
An understanding of gender differences can help foster better communication at work and more rewarding professional relationships
How’s Your Care?
Health care reform is now the law, but the debate is far from over. How does the health care system affect you? What change would you like to see?
Right Credit, Right Reason
Don’t be afraid to borrow money when your business needs it. Just know good debt from bad debt and avoid getting overextended.
Marriage and Business
Three contractors’ wives tell their perspectives on running a family business, sharing responsibilities, and balancing home and work life