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How to Reduce Septic Tank Grease

How to Reduce Septic Tank Grease

As efficient as septic tank systems are, grease remains a common cause of concern for septic tank owners.  Grease in septic tank systems can cause short-term distress – and potential long-term headaches too.  That is why, in this article, we will address the issues and help you to reduce septic tank grease. Why is Grease […]

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Are Enzyme Drain Cleaners Safe for Septic Tanks?

Are Enzyme Drain Cleaners Safe for Septic Tanks?

No matter whether you are a septic tank owner, or not if you’re experiencing an issue with your drains and looking for a solution to improve slow-draining water, foul smells and black slime you may well have come across articles about enzyme drain cleaners. We have a lot of customers asking us – 1) What […]

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Septic Tank Failure – 5 Tell-Tale Signs

Septic Tank Failure – 5 Tell-Tale Signs

A failing or failed septic tank always requires immediate attention – therefore, it pays to know what to look for. Providing your septic tank continues to digest and break down your waste, it can be easy to assume there are no problems deeper down. However, there are a few signs that all tank owners should […]

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Potential Impact of Heavy Rain and Septic Tanks

Potential Impact of Heavy Rain and Septic Tanks

Heavy rain and septic tanks can sometimes have adverse effects on your overall septic system, especially with how wastewater exits from your tank’s soakaway. This means that water, effectively, backs up – causing your septic tank levels to rise. This is a situation that can lead to tank damage, wastewater and effluent overflowing into your […]

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What is a Septic Tank Soakaway?

What is a Septic Tank Soakaway?

A septic tank soakaway is used to safely drain off treated wastewater that has been flushed from your home. All septic tanks and home septic systems rely on safe, efficient drainage. As your waste flushes into your tank, it needs somewhere to drain to. Given that it is not connected to the local main sewerage […]

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