If you have a septic system then you know you have to keep up on it. For those of you who do not know what a septic system is.It is an underground sewage system for household waste,many cases home owners are flushing things that shouldn not be flushed,or dumped down the drains.Having a septic system does not mean your waste ends up in the main sewage system. These systems are usually found in the rural areas,so you new home owners learn the proper ethics of having your septic system pumped clean on a set schedule.
What can happen if not pumped regularly?
The tank may get clogged and begin to give off a disgusting odor. This happens when a lot of cooking oils and grease enters it, this blocks the inlet drains. These are very hard to degrade.
Most people who have septic systems fail to remember that all wastes are not biodegradable. Waste like paper towels, cigarette butts, sanitary towels, and cotton ear buds do not disintegrate. They enter the tank and clog it up.
It is important that the tank is pumped regularly. It ensures the smooth functioning of your septic system. It helps to keep your tank clean too.
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