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Archive for January 20th, 2019

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Installing and Repairing a Septic Tank System

For most American homes, such as those in cities and larger towns, a public sewage system will take care of all waste water from private residences and commercial buildings, and local water treatment plants will handle all this waste water. By contrast, one in four American homes instead makes use of a septic tank, and these homes are often more remote rural or semi-rural ones that don’t have access to a nearby public utility. Instead, they have self-contained waste water treatment by means of their septic tank and the pipes and filters connected to it. What does a septic tank do, and how can a rural homeowner keep their septic tank clean and working well?

The Basics of Septic Systems

When dirty, used water flows from a home, it will go through pipes and end up not in public utilities, but into a large septic tank that is buried underground on the home’s property. Inside this tank, many bacteria species will star breaking down the matter inside over the course of the next

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