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12 Best/Safe Laundry Detergents for Septic Systems

12 Best/Safe Laundry Detergents for Septic Systems

Close to 25% of US households rely on septic systems to dispose of sewage and wastewater. Laundry contributes a major percentage of total wastewater collected. This said it is critical to know which laundry detergents are safe to use with septic systems. Septic tanks...
Are Septic Systems Aerobic or Anaerobic?

Are Septic Systems Aerobic or Anaerobic?

There are two different types of septic systems, aerobic and anaerobic, in this article we explain the difference between the two. On-site septic systems are the most common wastewater treatment in rural and suburban areas where properties do not have access to a...
Are Septic Systems Environmentally-Friendly?

Are Septic Systems Environmentally-Friendly?

Not everybody might realize this, but an on-site, dedicated septic system is actually a very environmentally-friendly option for wastewater treatment and disposal. It is quite easy to understand why so many people do not recognize the environmental benefits of a...
Why is Your Toilet Gurgling on a Septic System?

Why is Your Toilet Gurgling on a Septic System?

You may be a part of the 20% of Americans that rely on an on-site septic system to dispose of your sewage. In a properly functioning septic system, your drains clear wastewater at a speed of about one gallon every 30 seconds. The “silence” of the entire process...
How Your Septic System Works (Complete with Diagrams)

How Your Septic System Works (Complete with Diagrams)

Septic systems are dedicated on-site wastewater treatment structures, typically relied on by properties situated in rural areas with no centralized sewer system access available. These systems use a combination of nature and reliable technology to treat wastewater...
How to Restore a Septic Drainfield

How to Restore a Septic Drainfield

An adeptly-designed, properly-installed, and well-maintained septic system should last you for decades. Unfortunately, it can likewise fail in just a few years, with any of the three aforementioned elements lacking. Practically speaking, maintaining a healthy septic...

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