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Date Added: August 06, 2009 06:46:15 PM
Author: detectitonline
Category: Business

Water waste overflow or leakage is a big problem and those who have suffered know the pain they had to bear. The aftermath of a water waste overflow/leakage is frustrating and an expensive affair too. Many of us might have faced such disasters before. Detectitonline brings to you the solutions to your water waste overflow and leakage problems. As of now, one can prevent such problems with some simple and affordable options. We discuss here one of the most widely used technique called the septic system. To understand the functioning of a septic system, we need to know what a septic system is? Septic systems are an on-site sewage facility. The term septic refers to anaerobic bacterial environment that develops in the tank and decomposes the waste discharged into the tank. A septic tank is connected to an inlet wastewater pipe at one end and a septic drain field at the other. The sewer line releases waste from the house to a septic tank where the solid wastes get settled to the bottom until being pumped out. Waste water flows into drain pipes to be released into a drain field where it is absorbed into the soil. It may happen sometimes that a septic system fails to work causing health hazards. Hence some common problems can be prevented at your homes: The drain field must be adequate to handle the capacity. Too much water can block the surface. The soil should be able to absorb the water coming from the household wastes. Conserve water to reduce the amount of flow to the septic tank. Reduce the water load by using water conservation devices. Pump your septic tanks after every three or four years to remove sludge. Check in the drain baffles as they can rust over time which can block the sewer line or prevent floating sewage from moving out of the tank. Repair leaky lines from the pipes, if any in the septic system. One can make use of or install septic system alarm to maintain the level of waste matter in the system. Detectitonline is one of the main manufacturers of such cesspool alarms to check the water waste flow. This septic system alarm indicates when the septic tank is not functioning properly. A regular check up and maintenance can increase the size of a septic tank up to 20 years. The better the maintenance, the better would be the functioning. Many of you must be thinking the cost incurred while installing a septic system. The cost of a single septic tank serving up to 5 houses differs from capacity to capacity. It is a one time cost only and the maintenance involves a few bucks. Keep you house safe from such water waste hazards as you are important to your family.
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