The best way to keep a healthy septic tank in Edmonton is to understand its inner workings. How does the waste behave, and how can you keep your tank healthy? It’s important to understand where the waste goes, and the structure of the tank itself. Depending on the type of system, the average septic tank system needs to be cleaned every two years, and keeping your septic tank clean is crucial to ensuring that the entire system continues to work properly.
A clean septic tank in Edmonton will ensure better surroundings and reduce significant health hazards that can affect the neighbourhood. However, if it is neglected, it can lead to unpleasant odour, and the untreated wastewater might overflow into your yard. Reduce the risk of structural damage such as cracks and leaks by regular cleaning of the septic tank in Edmonton.
Periodically pumping and cleaning your septic tank also depends on the size of the tank, the number of people using the system, and if a garburator is used in the kitchen. If a garburator is used in the kitchen, the bacteria in the tank will not be able to break down the solids so the tank will need to be cleaned much more often.
With the help of our trained experts, you can learn how we design and install septic tanks in Edmonton and surrounding areas. Be a part of sustainable waste disposal systems to prevent the waste from going to landfills.
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What’s the difference between a holding tank and a septic tank?
See the diagrams below and find out!
Here, we present the basic liquid/solid layout of a septic tank. Wastewater enters the septic tank and separates into three layers: