The Best Septic Tank Treatment

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Ben’s formal training and certifications in cleaning include the ASD (Advanced Structural Drying), AMRT (Applied Microbial Remediation Technician),
WRT (Water restoration technician), CCT (Carpet Cleaning technician), and bio hazard cleanup, as well as several other certifications from the IICRC. Ben has managed teams involved in cleaning projects around the United States. Ben’s passion for cleaning dates all the way back to keeping his rugby gear tidy while a young lad. Ben holds an undergraduate degree from Oxford, a Master’s degree from Oxford, and a mountain of hands on experience at the school of hard knocks.
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Households that are unable to be hooked up to the public sewer system usually rely on septic systems to deal with wastewater. While septic systems present a significant financial investment, if they are cared for and properly maintained a well designed and properly installed system can last for years and will carry the bioload of an average family with no issues.

A failing system, however, will need a lot of maintenance and care just to keep it marginally functional. Furthermore, it can quickly become a source of pollution, can cause property damage, lead to ground and surface water pollution, and even lead to disease outbreaks! Once your septic system begins to fail, it must be replaced, which can be very expensive. So, it is important to take good care of your system and do everything right from the start so it can serve you well for years to come!