I’d be interested in the problems that you’ve had including vague location, sloping site or not and type of irrigation.
bluesnip post=310773 wrote: Hmmm, not sure why everyone is having difficulty getting on to A&A Worm Farms, they replied to my email very quickly and have been really helpful, even giving me a quote (subject to soil report, with soil percolation test encouraged).
I feel a bit embarrassed – Shane from A&A got back to me on Sunday night, but on…[Read more]
clarecc post=310684 wrote: I got caught and lost my 50% deposit for Biolytix. ….. I have contacted them and asked for a quote but it needed revision of my geotech report and I guess they are really busy as it’s been a month since I first contacted them and I’m still waiting for quote. I’ll let you know how it goes.
Ouch! I’m sorry you got…[Read more]
df418 post=310589 wrote: A. Yes we have permits to install in Victoria, New South Wales,Queensland, ACT and South Australia. “
Yaaaaaayyyy!!! I musta glossed over that bit – I’m sure I only read the other states…
Thanks for that.
bluesnip post=310515 wrote: Yep, chlorine used in everything I can come across. Can’t find any other trickle filters like Biolytix.
I could probably get over it (just) if it was just a chlorine tablet every three months, but the agitators, air pumps, pump out pumps don’t seem to make it power efficient.
We live in a quiet area and I’m hoping to…[Read more]
DB346 post=310416 wrote: Biolytix may be getting picked up by overseas company; if only you had the flexibility to wait.
It would be nice as this is what we’ve planned, but in the fallout from their demise and subsequent information about previous businesses going under and then reinventing themselves under new names, I’m a bit cautious about…[Read more]
df418 post=310410 wrote: A and A worm farms
Have sent a message to see if this is available in SA. Looks like a good replacement for Biolytix.
Starting Over post=310404 wrote: What about a reed bed…
Thanks for the reply.
Yes we have considered reed beds, but these require additional engineering calcs for our council and also a septic system before hand anyway.
porgey post=310395 wrote: How about composting toilets, a sepo, and grey water diverters?
Not an option as the plans are now approved with blackwater leaving the building and entering some sort of processing.
Biolytix would have sorted that into irrigation water for us without power inputs…
Ring Telstra and make a complaint. Don’t just complain to whoever you get, but say “I want to make a formal complaint”.
This should help.
If it is the fan that cools the CPU and you replace the entire heatsink (I assume this is the “radiator” you mention), you must clean up and reapply the thermal paste between the heatsink and the CPU as this is what efficiently transfers the heat to the heatsink for cooling.
They are readily available for most PCs less than five years old.
Good to see you back.
Will have to catch up with the weather getting cooler.
I have plenty of zucchinis and never pollinate. The pumpkins have been trouble in the past but this year I’ve planted in three separate areas.
Those in plenty of water have grown heaps of female flowers and I have half a dozen fruit.
Those that were slow to develop have not presented any females as yet.
Apart from the neighbours sheep wandering…[Read more]
Straight away I’d call “scam”.
The reasons are:
– they want details in an email. Yahoo would ask you to login as normal and then confirm.
– the email address, while a yahoo.com account, could have been made up by anyone. e.g. I could sign up to yahoo as “email@example.com” or similar so that it would look vaguely ok.
Maybe it is time to call the manager for Telstra Country Wide in your area?
You can find out who it is from here:
Ring Telstra and either ask to be put through to them or get his/her number and call them direct.
Tell them that you are unsatisfied and you…[Read more]
Hi again Wazza,
I rebuilt a clients laptop yesterday that has a Telstra prepaid dongle as well as an old wireless LAN card.
Its running XP and I had it running on my wireless network. Then I plugged in the dongle and installed the software. The dongle is prepaid and had no credit, but it connected anyway (and then told me it had no credit, so it…[Read more]
It has nothing to do with child porn but they picked this because everybody is against child porn. What I read is that child porn is distributed by file sharing.
Is the filter installed yet? Because the story is several month old.
I agree that it has nothing to do with child porn. There are laws in place at the moment to deal with…[Read more]
I’ve never seen this before either.
As far as I know you should be able to have the Bigpond software installed and even your dongle plugged in and use wireless networks. (Obviously you have the Bigpond software showing “disconnected” at the time.)
It seems as though you’ve looked in the right places though – I would have just checked…[Read more]
Unfortunately the whole internet censorship thing hasn’t really hit the Mums and Dads around the country – I think that they just don’t know about it.
Then those that have about it from the news may think that the govt saying that it is about protecting the children is good enough.
The fact is that it won’t protect children from “the worst of…[Read more]
Why not do the tests?
If you have a regular route that you drive you can measure it out. It will take a while as you must make sure that you get enough data for it to make sense.
i.e. fill up with a certain type for five or ten trips and work out the mileage. A calculation of litres per hundred kilometres or mile per gallon is good.
Make sure…[Read more]
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