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The Inner workings of a septic tank system and how to keep it working!
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"The inner workings of a septic tank, and how to keep it working..." When you move to the country or "suburbs", you often become the owner of a sewage treatment plant.
It’s function is to collect waste flushed from the dwellingand retain it in a storage tank long enough to allow bacterial action to take place within that tank. Bacteria break down the waste to liquid form. A different operation from your municipal sewerage system, where you had never thought about what happens after you flush.
This booklet will tell you what it is you have out there in your yard, how it's suppose to work, what you can and cannot put into your tank, and what should be to keep it working.
Pumping every year instead of 3 to 5? Learn why. There are ways to restore health to your tank and leech field.
If it's old and too far gone - according to your "pumper" guy, and before you install or replace an expensive new tank, be sure you have all the requirements in hand. Doing your homework can save you hundreds of dollars, and gives you the edge over that fast talking contractor. The educated customer always gets the most accurate and lowest price, while you will avoid a possible lawsuit when your contactor screws up. Don't assume they all know what's best for you, or have the County & State requirements in mind.
The author, not a booklet writer, is a Licensed Master Plumber with 45 years of hands-on experience. Isn't it nice to have a "friend" in the business when confused and in need of advice? Don't we all need common sense help sometime?
Now you can have that information, for much less than a $75 service call or consulting fee.
Doing your homework can save you hundreds of dollars, and gives you an edge over that fast talking contractor. The educated customer always gets the most accurate and lowest price.