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  • Mitigating Water Quality After A Septic Leak

    For homes that are further away from municipal water and sewage treatment options, having both a septic tank and a well is a common setup. But when you have issues with your septic tank, there is a possibility that your water quality can also be affected. Thankfully, there are some procedures you can follow to mitigate a septic failure. Call Your Septic Tank Professional Step one is to make sure all sewage leaks are cleaned up and that the septic tank has been fixed correctly.
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  • The Proper Way To Install A Drain Pipe

    The first step in installing a drain field is to determine where you should place it. It should not be close to your home, but it should be close to your septic tank. It is especially important to install the drain field at least 10 feet away from any edible plants and water sources. Otherwise, your waste could contaminate these sources of food and water and can make you sick.
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  • A Common Problem With Septic Systems

    Whether their septic system is functioning properly is something that most people do not think about until it is much too late. You may be in a smelly mess before you even think there is a problem. There are specific things that you can do to make sure that your septic system stays up and running at peak performance. This article will cover just a few ways to maintain a healthy septic system.
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