Septic Systems

Thank goodness that the alternative of onsite treatment and disposal exists. Thank goodness we are here to help those people build their dream home, and still responsibly manage their sewage.

Thank goodness, because without us, one of two possibilities would occur. One possibility is that they would not be allowed to build on these properties, and therefore 33% of the new construction that makes up such an important part of our nation's economy would cease to exist. The other possibility is that all that new construction would proceed, but without a responsible means for managing the sewage, the property owners or their neighbors, would be sick or dying – poisoned by their own wastes.

Thank goodness for onsite!

But why us? Why does the State of Texas license us, and not others?
Because sewage can poison and contaminate the public and the environment. Because we protect the public health and the environment.



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