Plumbing Hazards

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CPM PLUMBING INC Re: Pics 5283 cr 132 wildwood fl
Monday, June 20, 2016 11:06:27 AM

Any waste disposed of through sewage drain line not connected in a proper manner to the proper disposal site, is a health hazard to anyone. Measurements would need to be taken on site for an estimate of repair. We would not be able to provide an estimate for repairs until waste is cleaned properly. Unfortunately, we do not provided waste clean-up services. If you should have any further questions, please don't hesitate to contact via e-mail or the office number provided below.
Thank you
Melissa Bowman
Office Manager
CPM Plumbing Inc
PO Box 585
Oxford, FL 34484
352-330-0071 ~ fax
-----Original Message----From: Randy Hardy
Sent: Mon, Jun 20, 2016 10:46 am
Subject: RE: Pics 5283 cr 132 wildwood fl

I haven't received a call from the tech yet but do you have someone there that can review the pictures and write even an email or send an email with a letter head attachment stating that the waste from the drain including items from the garbage disposal is dangerous and hazardest. I have hired an attorney who is going after the inspector and I am told because its sewage etc that its in fact hazardest to my health and would require cleanup as well with lime or something.. Anything you guys could put in writing like that would be apperciated.
Randy Hardy
Executive Assistant
SourceLink Communications Inc
Phone: (407) 654-2400 Ext 206
Toll Free: (888) 692-5100
Fax: (407) 654-2428
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