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Septic Solution in Nepal
The septic tank, a key component of the septic system, is a large container usually buried near the home that collects sewage and decomposes it through bacterial activity before draining.
The septic tank is usually buried near your house and connected by a sewer pipe to your indoor plumbing. Most newer septic tanks have access lids that are visible at or just above ground level. Some older septic tanks can be located by finding an area of the yard that grows faster and is greener than the rest of the yard, or it may even be an area with less growth. If there is no visible sign of where the tank is situated, contact your local health department. Depending on when your system was installed, the health department may have a permit on record, which should include a diagram showing the location of the system.
No, they are not all the same size. Septic tanks are sold in a variety of sizes for numerous applications. The size of the septic tank you need depends on the number of bedrooms in the home, number of people living there, the home’s square footage and whether or not water saving fixtures are used.
The septic tank is usually buried near your house and connected by a sewer pipe to your indoor plumbing. Most newer septic tanks have access lids that are visible at or just above ground level. Some older septic tanks can be located by finding an area of the yard that grows faster and is greener than the rest of the yard, or it may even be an area with less growth. If there is no visible sign of where the tank is situated, contact your local health department. Depending on when your system was installed, the health department may have a permit on record, which should include a diagram showing the location of the system.
In order to inspect and maintain your septic tank, access to the inlet and outlet ports is necessary. Risers and childproof access lids can easily be installed to ground level to provide for easy access.
There are several signs and symptoms of a septic tank problem. If your tank is leaking or overflowing, you may notice pools of water or sludge forming in the area around your septic tank. In addition, you may detect a sewage odor in your home. Finally, a septic tank problem can cause clogs and backups in your drains. When you notice any of these symptoms, you should be sure to schedule septic repairs.
Using baking soda is very easy. You can mix about a 1/4 cup of baking soda with 1/2 cup of vinegar and 2 tablespoons lemon to make your own natural cleaning agent. The baking soda will fizz up to help get the dirt and grime in your tub and drains. It's a great cleaner and your septic system will thank you.
Do not put cigarette butts, paper towels, sanitary tampons, condoms, disposable diapers, anything plastic or similar non-biodegradables into a septic tank system. Avoid washing food scraps, coffee grinds, and other food items down the drain. Avoid using a garburator to dispose of kitchen wastes.

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