Septic Tank Treatment
The following information covers septic tank treatments since the original inception of the septic tank, cesspool and drain field or leach field dating back to the mid 1800’s.
system treatments have been a topic of discussion throughout the industry
since the 1800’s when they were believed to have been invented by the
French home owner John Mouras. Mouras is believed to have designed a
septic tank and built a prototype fabricated from concrete and stone which
required virtually no septic tank treatment or maintenance to function
properly per design. The lateral piping connecting the home to the system
was fabricated from clay and mud. Several years later when John Mouras
dismantled the unit and to the astonishment of his fellow townsmen found
that the tank was virtually empty of any solid organic waist, containing
only liquid effluent with a thin floating scum layer. Mouras then
approached a scientist of the day with his new invention and submitted an
application for patent. The application was granted in the year 1881. The
septic tank system then made its way to the United States of America in
1883. Septic systems have been a mandatory home amenity ever since.
High bacterial count shock treatments (a common septic tank treatment process) are often successfully employed into the failing septic system. This will cause the digestion process to reactivate breaking down solid sludge and bio-mat restoring the system and drain field lateral lines to original condition. The process of bacterial shock treatment is becoming a common inexpensive treatment of failing septic systems as an alternative to replacing the septic tank and drain field at a cost of several thousands of dollars. Chemical treatments such as toxic acids and additives are typically a short term alternative treatment that will render the systems bacteria dead, killing-off the needed septic tank bacteria. You may receive a temporary reduction of clogs, solids, sludge and scum. This will only be a short lived and last as long as the treatment is concentrated and activated. Bacterial septic tank treatment on the other hand, will continue to grow and multiply creating a healthy septic system environment.
Some chemical septic tank treatments or harsh chemical additives can actually damage the septic system. Yeast can cause frothing and excessive activity resulting in coagulation of greases. This agitation forces solid waste into the drain field, clogging the soil or drain field. Other septic chemicals additives intended to kill tree roots or unclog clogged leach field soils can contaminate the environment. If using a root killer in your drain field, it is important to use a bacterial environmentally friendly product that will be safe for your septic system.
Watch what goes down the drain. Controlling what goes into the water that enters the septic system is just as important as the amount of water that flows into the system. We have listed just a few items below that will give you some insight into the (Do’s and Don'ts) of septic systems.
The most common, practical and proven method of unclogging a septic system is to shock the system with a high count bacteria product followed up with a monthly bacterial maintenance program. A good bacterial septic tank shock treatment loaded directly into the system will normally open a drainfield digesting bio-mat in 1 to 5 weeks. Introduce a monthly maintenance program and you will avoid repairs and excessive pump outs now and down the road.
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