Monthly Archives: February 2020

Septic System Owners- Avoid These Paper and Bathroom Products

If you own a septic system, you’re probably aware that with the exception of toilet paper – no other paper or bathroom products should be flushed down your toilets. But did you know certain kinds of paper products and other bathroom products marketed as “flushable” could be problematic for your system? Read on to learn […]

When It’s Time to Repipe Your Septic System

Although you may not realize it, the pipes that make up your septic system are incredibly crucial to your everyday life. When they go bad, disaster can ensue, creating expensive and extremely inconvenient problems that can hinder your normal activities. So how do you know when it’s time to repipe your septic system?   How […]

Tips for Managing a Commercial Septic System

If you own a commercial property or manage one, it’s essential to understand how commercial septic systems work. Septic systems are highly regulated with permits and requirements that are checked frequently. Although commercial septic systems generally work the same as residential systems, commercial buildings produce much more waste and may need to be serviced more […]

If You Own a Septic Tank, You Should Be Familiar With FOG

FOG stands for fats, oils and grease. If you own a septic tank, it’s important to be aware of what items can introduce FOG into your septic tank and why you should avoid this if possible. Most FOG found in septic tanks originated from food. Too much of these substances can clog pipes, seep into […]