Q. What happens if I forget to drain my septic tank?

What happens if I forget to drain my septic tank?


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    It will start overflowing, sooner or later. At this point, the tank will likely be worse than useless, as the sludge found within will add more contaminants to the sewage coming out of your house.
    Septic tanks are designed to allow bacterial colonies within to break down the waste coming out of your household. However, some kinds of waste can’t be broken down. That solid waste will start accumulating at the bottom of the tank, and over time, it can eventually build up enough to start impacting the tank’s effectiveness.
    That build-up usually takes years in a typical household. But if you start flushing stuff that your tank can’t break down, or chemicals that hurt the bacterial colonies within the tank, that build-up may happen much sooner. So as you can see, it’s a good idea to make a note in your calendar so you’ll remember to call a septic tank emptying Norfolk company like F.E.S 24/7 before your tank starts overflowing.


       

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