How Septicare Works
How the system works
Why Do I Need Septic Tank Treatment?
In a typical septic system, household wastes, including discarded food scraps, laundry water, cooking oils and grease, flow to a watertight septic tank, where they are decomposed by bacteria. In the tank, the complex food and waste particles are broken down by natural bacterial processes so that they can percolate into the subsoil surrounding a drainage field.
Inside the tank, the majority of the waste decomposes into sewage water, while heavier solids settle to the bottom and accumulate as sludge. Other lighter particles including grease and oil rise to the surface and form a scum. The decomposed sewage water then flows from the tank, through a distribution box and into a drainage field, which is a series of perforated pipes laid below ground in a bed of gravel. The liquid leaches out through the gravel and is further purified as it percolates through the soil. The more complete the decomposition of household waste, the more efficiently and trouble-free a septic system functions.
HOW SEPTICARE WORKS
All septic tanks need to be kept clear. In the past, this required frequent pumping. SEPTICARE dissolves, digests and liquefies all organic waste matter, paper, fibers, greases and fats - anything that would go into a septic tank.
Most treatments that include caustics and acids work well in the beginning, but the effects are not long lasting. They kill the bacteria necessary to convert waste, ultimately hurting the efficiency of the system. Other treatments also rely on yeast and bacteria to work, but again, this is insufficient. Septic systems need enzymes to break down waste, making bacteria more effective. Other products use naturally occurring bacteria. Still again, this is NOT enough to perform properly. You need the correct mix of enzymes, bacteria and buffers that are found in SEPTICARE.
Why Do I Need a SEPTICARE Septic Tank Treatment?
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