Septicare for Septic Tank Problems

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Septicare Product InformationAfter many years of research and testing, we can now guarantee that SEPTICARE is the most effective septic tank maintenance product you can buy. When used as directed, SEPTICARE will virtually eliminate unnecessary back-ups, clogs, pump-outs, leach field replacements and any other problem related to the malfunctioning of your septic tanks - saving you hundreds, even thousands of dollars in repairs.

WHEN YOUR SEPTIC TANK SYSTEM IS OUT OF BALANCE... That's when the "time bomb" starts ticking. Without enough enzymes and bacteria to liquefy waste buildup the hardened matter accumulates in your septic tank and eventually clogs the vital lines in your leach fields (absorption area). If further neglected, repair costs in the thousands of dollars can occur.

FACT: Only 4 scoops of SEPTICARE can liquefy up to 100 pounds of waste overnight!

FACT: The SEPTICARE formula of 4 enzymes and 6 non-pathogenic bacteria assures complete elimination of septic tank and cesspool problems.

SEPTICARE puts your septic tank back in balance. SEPTICARE in your commode puts hundreds of billions of fast-acting, natural bacteria and enzymes to work. The high-potency enzymes act as a catalyst to quickly increase the fermentation process when coming into contact with organic waste, liquefying and purifying the solid matter in your septic tank system. SEPTICARE's enzyme-action and bacteria digests the dead organic matter and recycles these various wastes through the leach fields back to the soil, air and water from which they were formed.
What is a septic system?
Septic Tank Drainfield and Leaach FieldA septic system is a highly efficient, self-contained, underground wastewater treatment system. Because septic systems treat and dispose of household wastewater onsite, they are often more economical than centralized sewer systems in areas where lot sizes are large enough for their use. Their simple design makes them generally less expensive to install and maintain. And by using natural processes to treat the wastewater onsite, usually in a homeowner's backyard, septic systems don't require the installation of miles of sewer lines, making them less disruptive to the environment.

A septic system consists of two main parts-a septic tank and a drain field. The septic tank is a watertight box, usually made of concrete or fiberglass, with an inlet and outlet pipe.


Diagram of a Septic System

Wastewater flows from the home to the septic tank through the sewer pipe. The septic tank treats the wastewater naturally by holding it in the tank long enough for solids and liquids to separate. The wastewater forms three layers inside the tank. Solids lighter than water (such as greases and oils) float to the top forming a layer of scum. Solids heavier than water settle at the bottom of the tank forming a layer of sludge. This leaves a middle layer of partially clarified wastewater.

The layers of sludge and scum remain in the septic tank where bacteria found naturally in the wastewater work to break the solids down. Unfortunately, excessive use of household products like detergents, bleaches, etc. adversely affects the bacterial flora in the tank. SEPTICARE replaces the bacteria and enzymes destroyed by household chemicals. To be effective, however, SEPTICARE must be added to the system monthly. This is a simple process. A scoop is provided and a scoopful is flushed down a commode once a month. The sludge and scum that cannot be broken down (non organic materials like sand, synthetic fabric fiber, etc.) are retained in the tank until the tank is pumped. Maintaining the bacterial flora in the septic system is the job of SEPTICARE.

Septic Tank Leach FieldThe layer of clarified liquid flows from the septic tank to the drain field. This drain field uniformly distributes the wastewater. A standard drain field (also known as a leach field, disposal field, or a soil absorption system) is a series of trenches or a bed lined with gravel or course sand and buried one to three feet below the ground surface. Perforated pipes or drain tiles run through the trenches to distribute the wastewater. The drain field treats the wastewater by allowing it to slowly trickle from the pipes out into the gravel and down through the soil. The gravel and soil act as biological filters.


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