2020 In Photos: Installers in the Field

2020 In Photos: Installers in the Field

Zach Rodriguez (plaid shirt) and Joe Rodriguez of Richards Septic Tank Service, install a new septic system at a residence in Turk Lake, Michigan.

Every month we capture the work that installers do across the country in the Profile and System Profile stories. Great photos accompany these stories about septic businesses and the installation jobs they do all year, but our photographers provide us with more than we could ever show you in the pages of just one issue. 

So here we put together a gallery of images from these stories that didn’t make the magazine. Enjoy another look back at the installers we featured in 2020.

Martin Septic's lead installer, Zach Guffey, uses a Kobelco excavator to move a spoils pile during a septic installation project at a North Port, Florida, property.

Boom truck operators Cody Roland and Ricky Day, from Si Precast Concrete, use a crane to start positioning a septic tank in place for B&J Wakefield Services.

Eddie Harrison, owner of BAT Onsite, removes the trash and processing tank lids for an inspection during an ATU maintenance job at Golden Crest Assisted Living in Westminster, Maryland.

Allen’s Environmental Services owner Barney Allen Jr. uses a John Deere 50G excavator to dig a trench for a drainline with assistance on the ground from Josh Good.

A crew from Primrose Acres prepares 4-inch PVC pipe and other components for Eljen geotextile sand filter modules, part of a low-pressure distribution system at a waterfront RV campground in Michigan.

The installation crew of New Excavating Technology, Wayne Street (in Bobcat), Ken Thomas (hardhat), Keith Anderson and owner Ray Tebo at the company’s research and development site where they test things like MBR components for future systems.

Van Delden Wastewater Systems technician Jorge Garza operates a Takeuchi mini-excavator at a work site.

Some of the Mastin Site Services crew gets ready to position a 1,500-gallon concrete septic tank in an excavation site.

A Stamie E. Lyttle Co. (SELCO) crew works to lay backfill to protect a newly placed run-off pipe.

With the help of install technicians Kale Klitzke (right) and Cruz Griffin, Envirotek Septic Solutions owner Alan Chapin checks elevation with a laser while installing a septic system at a residential job site.

Bulldog Contractors owner Jeff Keller takes the lids off of risers in order to perform maintenance and pump the tanks.


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