A plumbing contractor provides a means for a supply of safe water, ample in volume and of suitable temperature for the purpose intended and the proper disposal of fluid waste from the premises in all structures and fixed works. This classification includes but is not limited to: (a) Complete removal of waste from the premises or the construction and connection of on-site waste disposal systems; (b) Piping, storage tanks and venting for a safe and adequate supply of gases and liquids for any purpose, including vacuum, compressed air and gases for medical, dental, commercial and industrial uses; (c) All gas appliances, flues and gas connections for all systems including suspended space heating units. (This does not include forced warm air units.); (d) Water and gas piping from the property owner’s side of the utility meter to the structure or fixed works; (e) Installation of any type of equipment to heat water or fluids, to a temperature suitable for the purposes listed in this section, including the installation of solar equipment for this purpose; and (f) The maintenance and replacement of all items described above and all health and safety devices such as, but not limited to, gas earthquake valves, gas control valves, back flow preventers, water conditioning equipment and regulating valves.
You don't have to be a High Life man or woman to live in Milwaukee, but it helps. Milwaukee was once famous for being home to more than four of the nation's major brewing companies and today still claims the Miller Brewing Company as a favorite son. Of course, there's more to Milwaukee than beer. The city has a substantial manufacturing sector as well as energy, finance and food processing. Milwaukee entrepreneurs can usually need several local and state licenses and permits to operate. The city uses regulation to monitor businesses for fair dealings, proper zoning, safety and sanitation.