Waste enters the tank from toilets, sinks, tubs, and drains. Organic solid material floats to the top of the tank forming a layer commonly called "scum". Inorganic materials and the bi-products from enzyme and bacteria digestion settle to the bottom of the tank forming a layer called "sludge". Biological activity continues within the scum layer and the sludge layer to break down the many organic materials present. This is bio activity results in sending cleaner effluent to drainfield.



Monthly treatments of our waste and grease digestant add the proper amounts of biological activity to your septic tank. They will convert the solids to liquid, which then flow your underground pipes to the drainfield. In the drainfield the biological activity will continue to reduce glazing and improve soil absorption.