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Miller-Plante / Bad experience

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I dont have a review, these people have called me many of times and when i say hello, they hangup or dont answer. The last time i answered the woman mocked me as I told her not to call my house again repeating it sarcastically back to me twice. They need to leave people alone, if they dont wish to do business. I will not now nor ever be using this company for my septic needs so tell them they can kiss my *** and to stop the *** calling or i will enforce with a higher level of superior. Got it! Thanks!

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  • Ch
      20th of Apr, 2011
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    Miller Plante policy has always been to have a recorded phone call with our customers ordering and they are always confirmed a 2nd time with a call from our shipping department. Any person on the Do Not Call list or asks to be removed from our system is always removed.

  • Ch
      20th of Apr, 2011
    0 Votes

    For those who question the need to use Bacterial Treatments, Consider This: The New 2011 EPA Mandates require new septic system inspections and GPS, pumping mandates, mandatory replacement and repair and also banning of septic systems and cesspools in rural areas and near all waterways. Some States require septic system inspections, pumping or replacement before selling your home and if your septic system fails you must connect to the city sewer or sell your home.

    To have the best chance at Passing the New 2011 EPA Drain Field and Nitrate Level Inspections; which are happening across the Country with as little as a 2 weeks notice; Use the All-Natural http://www.MillerPlante.net "Septic-Helper 2000" and the Phosphate and Nitrate Free "Enza Washer Ball". The Septic System Treatment has the natural bacteria and enzymes that liquefy the waste in the tank AND out in the drain field.

    New 2011 EPA mandates say that even a slow drain in your drain field or elevated Nitrate levels could require replacement of your entire system for $20, 000 to $40, 000 or move out of your home or business.

    Septic System News - http://www.Twitter.com/MillerPlanteInc

    UN Agenda 21 (Sustainable Development) - http://www.un.org/esa/dsd/agenda21/res_agenda21_18.shtml
    US Clean Water Act - http://www.epa.gov/history/topics/cwa/03.htm
    EPA TMDL (Nitrate Limits) - http://www.epa.gov/chesapeakebaytmdl/

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