Septic Pump

Pumps: Accessories, Miscellaneous:


STEP (septic tank effluent pumping)
PVC pipe, fittings
Grinder Pumps & Small Lift Stations
Pressure and Flow Regulators
Pumps up to 7½ hp, 4” discharge
Air Release and Check Valves
Orenco, Hydromatic, Grundfos, Others
Control Valves

Septic tanks don't fail immediately if they are not pumped. The tanks will, however, continue to fill with
solids and may back up sewage in the house, or accelerate failure of your components downstream.
Don't flush substances that cause maintenance problems and/or increase the need for septage pumping. Dispose of
the following with your trash:



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