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On a septic system; garburators are a costly addition!
For more than 40 years, system designers have sought to perfect effluent dispersal by controlling dosing to the soil treatment area. Source: The Nuts and Bolts of Pressure Distribution
Your customer wants the cheapest option, but you need to determine if repairing the system is wise or if the system actually needs to be replaced. Source: To Repair Or Not To Repair… That is the Question
Help out customers who want to take better care of their onsite system with some recommendations for septic-safe detergents. Source: Septic Care: Explaining the Effects of Detergents
Septic knowledge can help you save money in the long run.
Ways to keep your sewage system lasting for years.
Water Sector Workforce Profile Ex Summary
Stephen Hume: Tests trigger alarm over contamination B.C. government has known for six months of elevated nitrite and arsenic levels BY STEPHEN HUME, VANCOUVER SUN FEBRUARY 4, 2016 Environment Minister Mary Polak has to ‘step up’ and order more indepth testing, said Cowichan Valley Regional District director Sonia Furstenau (right), shown with Shawnigan Lake resident…
Home Sewage Systems, a practical view and advice. Click here for some great information: septic systems, pratical alternative Here is a great video on different systems: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=udBaGyzJyU8
Buying or Selling a Home with a Septic System-What you Should Know Posted on September 18, 2013by Pamela Pennewell Cloud If you are looking to buy or sell a home on an acre or more in Delaware or Chester county, chances are the property will be served by an on-lot septic system. Next to a new roof,…
Dye tests help find failing septic systems By KIMBERLY CAUVEL @Kimberly_SVH Feb 18, 2016 (0) Dye tests help find failing septic systems Scott Terrell / Skagit Valley Herald Environmental health specialist Dave English examines a runoff sample that will be tested for indicators that a septic system has failed. Dye tests help find failing septic…