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Septic System Myths

Common Myths and Misconceptions About Septic Systems

  • October 15, 2020

What do buried treasure, Egyptian ruins, and septic systems all have in common? It may sound like a cheap joke, but the answer’s pretty obvious: they’re all underground. It’s easy to conjure rumors and invent myths about things we neither…

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To Flush or Not to Flush These Common Household Items

  • September 8, 2020

Modern septic systems are ecological marvels, waste disposal masterpieces designed to accompany a home wherever it’s built. Impressive though they are, septic systems can’t handle everything. User error can sabotage a healthy system causing loss of function and costly damage.…

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How to Know if Your Septic System Needs a Repair

  • May 18, 2020

Your septic tank system can last for decades if properly maintained. However, septic systems sometimes need repairs to keep them working for as long as possible. You may notice some obvious signs of disrepair, but not all septic system problems…

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How to Avoid Septic Sludge: When to Get Your Tank Pumped

  • April 18, 2020

If you are like many people with septic tank systems, you may be neglecting the routine maintenance required to keep your system functioning properly. Disregarding regular maintenance and pumping can lead to waste puddles in your yard, overflow in toilets…

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4 Parameters for Septic Drainage System Design

  • February 25, 2019

You don't just install a septic drainage system; a professional needs to design the system first so that the system doesn't require a major overhaul or replacement in the near future. Here are four critical factors a good septic design…

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Conventional Septic System Designs and Alternatives

  • October 23, 2018

Septic systems play an important role in wastewater management, especially in areas that do not have access to municipal sewer lines. These systems can have either a conventional or an alternative design. Factors such as soil and site conditions determine…

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