• The Importance of Routine Pumping for Your Septic Tank

    The Importance of Routine Pumping for Your Septic Tank

    Septic tanks are essential for helping you to dispose of your personal organic waste. Septic tanks take in organic waste from your plumbing system. The more solid waste falls to the bottom of the tank and liquid waste flows out an exit pipe to a distant location, hopefully well away from your home and any

  • Flushing Medications Harms your Septic System

    Flushing Medications Harms your Septic System

    Many houses in more rural settings are too far away from typical sewer lines to be connected to a bigger network. Due to distance, these homes have to use septic tanks. If you’re reading this article about septic tanks, chances are you have one. As you may or may not know, a septic system ends

  • Are Garbage Disposals OK With Septic Systems?

    Are Garbage Disposals OK With Septic Systems?

    Running septic systems involves a finely-tuned process, and there are some things that you can do that will upset that process which will result in problems.  Often, these problems mean money will need to be paid out to get your septic system running smoothly again. One question that often comes up regards garbage disposals and

  • What Can I Plant Over My Drain Field Area?

    What Can I Plant Over My Drain Field Area?

    Did you know that your yard maintenance can make a difference with your septic system?  Your drain field needs to be maintained in a certain way to keep everything running smoothly.  So, we are often asked the question of what can be planted over a drain field area, and the answer to this one is

  • Taking Care of Your Septic System: What Can You Flush?

    Taking Care of Your Septic System: What Can You Flush?

    Most of us would agree that our mothers taught us that bathroom talk was to remain in the bathroom. But, for the sake of septic systems, human health, wildlife welfare and personal finances, let’s bring the conversation discreetly into the open. The list of what not to flush down toilets and into septic systems evades

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