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Most people who have septic system problems are very reluctant to discuss the issue with anyone other than their pumper or a contractor. Why is this so?
Fortunately, the septic system, when combined with septic aeration, is an alternative that will keep their existing septic system operating more effectively than ever for years into the future.
How many people owning a septic tank know that it has a service life that can be extended indefinitely? How many of these people know how their septic tank is designed to function?
Incoming water into a septic system’s drainfield has to be absorbed back into the ground. This has to happen for this system to function as it is the only way the system creates capacity for more incoming sewage. If the drainfield’s ability to pass water to the ground is impaired, the problems occur.
It is not logical to claim that liquefying organic waste in a septic tank will improve the operating condition of a poorly performing septic system. The ideal situation is to keep solids inside the septic tank.