How much septic tank bacteria to add to a septic tank system is a great question to ask. Most septic tank owners fly by their seat of their pants and think that if it is not backing up and overflowing that there is then no operational issue to fix. This is the totally wrong mindset to have. If your septic tank is not backing up, YOU still have to add bacteria to the septic tank system to help it work like it was designed to. Adding to a working septic tank is like money in the bank as you, after a detailed septic tank inspection will be able to know how much septic tank bacteria to add or how little it is needed to operate. A working septic tank system that is not overflowing and operating like it was designed to will also be working with Mother Nature as she helps break down and keep the environment clean.
Just how much must be left to experts who have many years of working in the septic tank and septic tank bacteria industry to formulate a answer. It could be as simple as a small pack of septic tank bacteria once a month to us working with some septic tank owners to adding 1 packet a day to bring back a backed up ponding septic tank system BUT we always tell septic tank owners it starts with one at minimum one pack of a non hardware big box store bought septic tank bacteria but a high quality mother nature friendly septic tank bacteria purchased from us. YES from us as we control our septic tank bacteria from manufactured date to shipped to your door. Almost all big box hardware septic tank bacteria is DEAD, Unlike ours, Besides we have the experience of working with septic tank bacteria and septic tanks and even bacteria for sewer treatment plants.
If you are not adding septic tank bacteria purchased from us, You maybe asking for a new 80 thousand septic tank system.
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