2021 In Photos: Installers at Work

2021 In Photos: Installers at Work

Jake Careless of Triple C Backhoe Services in Leduc, Alberta, checks to make sure the tank is level.

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

Here’s a gallery of bonus photos featuring some of the companies that have been profiled this year.

Chad Widmer of Soilworx in Okotoks, Alberta, removes a tank lid to begin an annual service and inspection for a client.

Brian Rabe, managing soil scientist for Cascade Earth Sciences, takes soil samples with his auger on a job site in Oregon City.

Caleb Morris (left) releases the bucket of a drilling rig on a test pit for a septic tank install while Gilbert Herrera, owner of Superior Septic, measures depth.

Stolt Excavating owner Joe Rubenzer (right) and operator/laborer Mark Younk (left) position risers for a one-piece 1,250-gallon combination (750 septic/500-gallon pump chamber) septic tank.

Joshua Sanders of Dig-It Excavating uses a Crust Buster tank agitator as he pumps a septic tank.

Mike Camarota of Camarota Sanitation & Excavation LLC installs SDR35 pipe from the outlet of the tank to the distribution box.

Joe Bruening of Bruening Excavating attaches a Takeuchi mini-excavator to a Norweco Singulair Green Bio-Kinetic wastewater treatment system for an installation on a residential property.

Josh McCloud of Dutcher Trenching Inc. opens a manway on his Freightliner vacuum truck built out by Wee Engineer. 

Adam Neave of Harbor Septic guides an Infiltrator 1,050-gallon septic tank into position.

Jay Daymon and Ray Holden of ­T.M. Wright Excavating get ready to guide the top of the 1,000-gallon pump chamber into place.

Sebastian Sayers of Coulson Bros. Scow Service rakes topsoil over a newly installed tertiary filter system in Lake Rosseau, Ontario.

Megan Careless of Triple C Backhoe Services in Leduc, Alberta, attaches the outlet pipe to a new tank.


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