Septic Tank Pumping Tobyhanna, PA
Tobyhanna, PA septic tank system uses natural processes to treat and dispose of the wastewater generated in your home. It typically consists of a septic tank , drain field and a soil absorption field. Your home’s septic tank provides the first step in your daily septic treatment. As the wastewater flows into the tank, the heavier solids settle to the bottom to form a sludge layer, and the lighter solids, greases, and oils float to the top to form a scum layer.
Tobyhanna, PA Septic System Operation – Your homes septic tank in Tobyhanna, PA provides some biological treatment of the sludge and scum layers that accumulate there. The majority of sewage treatment occurs in the drain field where the effluent enters the soil and is treated as it moves to the ground water. The natural soil acts as a biological and physical filter to remove very harmful substances, including disease-causing bacteria and viruses, toxic organics and other undesirable waste water constituents remaining in the tank
Outlet filters or what we can call baffles are located in the tank and are designed to prevent the sewage sludge and scum from flowing into your drain field. If the tank is not pumped regularly to remove the accumulated waste, the tank will fill with sludge and the solids will be washed out into the drain field and/or clog the outlet filter. If solids reach the drain field or clog the outlet filter, they will quickly clog the soil and eventually lead to septic system failure.
A septic tank wastewater system is a contaminant to your ground water, surface water and your yard with nutrient and bacteria if it isn’t maintained properly and pumped on a regular basis. By following these, you can help ensure that your septic system continues to function properly, safely and without septic odors.
With the your septic system being one of the largest and most expensive systems in a home, we suggest most of the home buyers get a septic inspection before purchase. However, while there are many inspectors to choose from, there’s a reason why more city inspectors, top Realtors®, and engineers refer us. Most septic inspectors just inspect the septic tank – the minimum required for a bank loan. We take a different approach.
- Full service maintenance providers
- Septic tanks: Cleaning, Installation, Repairs, Replacement
- Cesspool cleaning
- Truck and car wash bays
- Restaurant grease traps
- Non-hazardous industrial liquid waste
- Electric eel services
- Septic system pumps and alarms
- Soil probes
- New septic systems