Disgusting facts about your Septic System

         

     Your septic tank was designed to be a living and breathing Mother Nature approved miracle, To operate at Mother Natures own speed and not today’s fast paced world.  Septic Tank Bacteria like Mother Nature has it’s own speed and it is not fast. God Bless Mother Nature, as she helps besides break down the waste, She also helps filter out and clean up the wastewater that leaves your drain field, chamber system or cesspools aka cesspits and bring it back to your local water system.  

     You are drinking wastewater!


Yes you are and you read that correctly, You are drinking wastewater. HOPEFULLY it has been treated correctly before it reaches your lips or showered in it. If it came from your own private well, and no treatment of the water, You are drinking filtered wastewater and not clean bug free well water. . You may not feel any side effects and your body may have adapted to it.  Animals have a stronger digestive system and just know when water is not good to drink.

     How does the quality of drinking water have anything to do with your septic system?

The better your septic tank system operates naturally ( No back ups, Flooding Drain fields etc)  the better quality and clean drinking you and your neighbors can enjoy.

     How does adding septic bacteria help?


 Adding a high quality septic tank bacteria to your septic tank system every month will help mother nature take care of your septic system by adding what she needs to reproduce the correct septic tank bacteria to digest human septic waste you flushed. She will then have all her “Tools” to clean up your septic tank and drain field if given the time to.

For more information please go to www.SepticTankBacteria.com

Septic Tank Bacteria to bring back your failed drain field.

Septic Tank Bacteria can bring back your failed septic drain field. We know this first hand as we have used our septic tank bacteria to bring back failed or dead septic tank systems and with some work, You too an bring back your failed septic tank or failed drain field.

First things first:

What is my Septic Tank System? Your septic tank is a giant holding tank and a filter in one. Think of your septic tank like the oil filter or air filter in your HVAC system. It’s job is to hold waste and filter out the waste and only let gray water into your drain field. In order for your septic tank system to work, Your septic tank system must be pumped every 3 to 5 years, and the more people you have in your home, the more maintenance pumping you will need and the more septic tank bacteria you will need.. Just because your toilet is flushing that does not mean your septic tank or your drain field is working like it should.

     Your Drain Field:
Your drain field is where the gray water drains off to and back into the soil, Gets filtered by the soil and sand and back into a local water source. The cleaner the gray water that leaves your septic tank, The cleaner the gray water is leaving your drain field and back into mother nature.

  So how does septic tank bacteria help?
Septic tank bacteria will help keep your septic tank and drain field working like it was designed to. Our septic tank bacteria at SepticTankBacteria.com is designed to break down human waste, grease and some food waste. Our septic tank bacteria is easy to use and can be flushed down a toilet to get it to your septic tank.

     My septic tank and drain field backed up/overflowed, how do I get my septic tank working and my drain field not flooding?
First thing is to stop all water use. Do not use your washer or dishwasher at all and let the system rest and get your drain field to stop flooding. Go to www.SepticTankBacteria.com and order septic tank bacteria. Bioforce Bacterial Waste Liqueifier is a great low cost choice to order. Use one pack a day down your toilet and one pack every other day into your drain field “D” Box. This will start to get the correct septic tank bacteria into your septic system and bring it back to life. This will not happen overnight and if anybody says they sell a product that gets your septic tank system back to working over night it will not be a good safe mother nature approved product as septic tank bacteria does not work over night. Keep this up until your septic tank and drain field is working nominally.  If after a few weeks this does not get your septic tank system working like it was designed to do, You then must call a contractor to jet the drain field and this will cost many thousands to get done so it is cheaper to use septic tank bacterial from www.SepticTankBacteria.com.

For more information please go to www.SepticTankBacteria.com

Septic Tank Bacteria: How much to add

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.

Where to go for more septic tank bacteria information?

For more information please go tohttp://www.SepticTankBacteria.com

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Septic Tank Bacteria: You better have it !

     Septic Tank Bacteria in your septic tank is a must and you better have it.  Septic Tank Bacteria is the lifeblood of any septic tank, septic tank leach field, septic tank and cesspools or any type of septic tank system on your property.

     Septic Tank Bacteria helps balance out and break down harmful septic waste and digest it into a less harmful product to be pumped out if needed. Septic Tank Bacteria in your septic tank helps Mother Nature do her important job of cleaning up the environment. Mother Nature never sleeps and your septic tank bacteria must do the same and keep up with Mother Nature.  Septic Tank Bacteria saves you money by keeping your septic tank, septic tank leach field, septic tank and cesspools or any type of septic tank system work better and with Mother Nature and not against her. Septic Tank Systems that do not add Septic Tank Bacteria cost much more to maintain and must have alot more maintenance  to attempt the maintain them, and that costs you more money.

     Septic Tank Bacteria will not make your septic system larger but make it work better and like it was designed to do over time. Septic Tank Bacteria will not solve a neglected septic tank system’s problem over night but over time, So the sooner you start to use a quality septic tank bacteria purchased from www.SepticTankBacteria.com the better and the more money you can save from your Septic Tank System.

     For more information please visit www.SepticTankBacteria.com for more information on Septic Tank Bacteria.