Maintaining a Safe Septic System

Three Septic System Care Tips

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If your home uses a septic tank, it is important for you to be as informed as possible about this part of the home. When these systems start to encounter problems, it can be a serious issue that can be expensive for you to have repaired. Luckily, you may be able to reduce some of these risks by keeping the following few tips in mind. Monitor For Soil Erosion Around The Tank Or Drain Field…

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What You Need To Know About Septic Tanks And A Nearby Water Supply

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With many homes in rural areas not having sewer service or a municipal water source, it requires having both a septic tank and well for the household. Septic tanks are an efficient way to remove waste from a home and make sure that nearby water sources aren’t contaminated. It requires having the septic tank placed in the proper location with drainage and filtration so it doesn’t go into nearby water sources.…

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Tread Carefully Around Exposed Septic-Tank Raw Sewage

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A damaged, leaking, or overflowing septic tank brings with it a host of potential health hazards. The foul smell and raw sewage coming from a septic tank present more than just gross inconveniences. Exposure to the bacteria found in the raw sewage is downright dangerous. Taking steps to safeguard one’s health is critical the minute a septic tank’s contents are no longer contained. The Dangers of Untreated Sewage The untreated sewage in a septic tank can contain bacteria, parasites, and viruses.…

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