No. Septic tanks are available in a variety of sizes to meet the needs of a variety of applications. If you don't have accurate building or installation records, the tank will need to be uncovered to measure its size accurately. A knowledgeable pumping contractor can also provide a good estimate.
Your septic tank should be pumped every 2 or 3 years, or when the total depth of sludge and scum exceeds one-third of the depth of your tank. Routine pumping is cost-effective because it extends the life of your leach field, which can be a major expense if replaced.
Yes. Access to the inlet and outlet ports of your tank is a must for inspection and maintenance. Risers and childproof access lids can be easily installed at ground level for easy access.
Aerobic systems break down wastewater materials much better than traditional septic tanks. The resulting effluent water discharge is much cleaner, better, and safer for the environment.
Yes. However, there are many configurations of aerobic units and each offers its own set of advantages and disadvantages. The promising news is that new aerobic bacteria can be added to an existing system to gain all the positive effects of the mechanical units.
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