Septic Tank Cleaner

Many septic tank owners believe that if they haven't had any problems, they don't need to have their septic tanks pumped. ---Not true---. If the solids are not removed, eventually they will damage the rest of the system.

Always use a registered septage hauler approved by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ).

NOTE: More frequent pumping is necessary if a garbage disposal is used.

Biological and chemical additives are usually not necessary, may cause harm to the system, and do not eliminate the need for pumping the septic tank.



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