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4 Things To Know About Your Septic System

4 Things To Know About Your Septic System

Whether you are just recently installed a septic tank, have purchased a home with a septic system or have a septic tank system on site on your property for many years, you need to take ownership for ensuring you have some knowledge about how the system works. There are experts available to resolve issues and carry out maintenance but a little knowledge goes a long way. Being able to identify potential problems with septic tanks as soon as possible as

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Septic Tanks Dos and Don’ts

A large number of homes have a septic tank on their property but, while they are very common, not many people know much about a septic tank other than it’s where waste goes. So first we are going to start with a short definition of what a septic tank really is according to the EPA: “Septic systems are underground wastewater treatment structures, commonly used in rural areas without centralised sewer systems. They use a combination of nature and proven technology

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Essential Safety Tips for Storage Tanks

Essential Safety Tips for Storage Tanks

When storing any kind of hazardous material, whether it’s above or below ground, it is essential to consider key safety tips in order to avoid serious damage. And while technology has come a long way and innovative storage units are highly reliable, knowing how to properly handle these units is imperative to overall safety measures. With safety being of the utmost importance for all kinds of storage tanks, read on to discover some key tips to ensure overall safety and damage

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Septic Tank versus Soakaway

Septic Tank versus Soakaway

If you’re building a new property and you don’t have access to the main sewage system or you’re looking for an eco-friendly way to recycle your used water, you’ll need to consider how you’re going to deal with your excess waste. Both septic tanks and soakaways offer perfect solutions and while they both have different purposes, a combination of these two is often the best wastewater solution. If you’re confused about which one you need, or how to differentiate between

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How Septic Tanks Are Emptied

If you have a septic tank system on your property, the key to ensuring its longevity and superior functioning lies in regular, best-practice maintenance. After all, between your toilet, washing machine, dishwasher, sinks and showers, your septic tank is always in constant use so it deserves constant care. The key to on-going maintenance is to ensure that your septic tank is emptied at regular intervals. Why septic tanks need to be emptied So why should you empty your tank? The liquid

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How to Maintain your Septic Tank

There’s a lot to be said for country living. It’s peaceful and quiet, and you can enjoy the nature around you without cars, lights, and all the other distractions of city and suburban living. When nature calls, however, your property probably has a septic tank to deal with the waste. While septic tanks are generally easy to upkeep, there are some things you should know to avoid catastrophe. That said; we’ve compiled this quick guide on how to maintain your

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