Maintaining a Safe Septic System

Septic Tank Pumping 101: Understanding The Basics As A Homeowner

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Breaking away from a public sewer system and moving into a home that relies on its own septic system for waste elimination can seem a little intimidating if you have no experience. You will essentially be taking ownership of the task of ensuring that your household waste gets to a safe place. As a homeowner, it will be important that you know the ins and outs of taking care of pumping your tank.…

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Understanding The Three Times When You Should NOT Have Your Septic Tank Pumped

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Having your septic tank pumped as needed is perhaps one of the single most important things that you can do to prolong the life and well-being of your home’s septic system. Therefore, it is only natural to assume as a homeowner that anytime you have the septic tank pumped by a professional, it would be a good thing. However, there are actually times when having your septic tank pumped or emptied would be a bad idea, and this is something you should know.…

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Have A Grease Trap Attached To Your Lift Station? 4 Ways That Trap Cleaning Will Benefit Your Business

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If you own a restaurant, you owe it to yourself to keep the grease trap clean. If you’re not sure what the grease trap is, it’s the underground compartment that prevent grease from getting through to the lift station. A poorly maintained grease trap can allow grease to enter the lift station, which can cause waste water to back up into your restaurant. In addition, there are several other problems that a dirty grease trap can cause.…

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