I THINK -- and I have only just started looking into this - that most regular things are OK because they get very diluted by the water - but bleach is a problem. Specially if you put it neat in sinks and loos. The challenges as listed above not only affect how convenient or difficult it is usually to clean a solid waste tank, but can also give an unscrupulous septic pumper an excuse never to clean your septic container properly.
Candida?, my septic guy advised me to use candida once a month to keep everything moving and breaking straight down. I do like your suggestion regarding an additional filter for the washing machine. Thanx for the input! The SOLIDO XL Sewerage Treatment Plant is the perfect solution for jobs developed in multiple levels where the available space is definitely very limited. Makes this easier to increase treatment capacity. Serving a populace selection of between 40 and 100 PE and attracts upon the Sequence Group Reactor (SBR) technology.
Accepted by the Environment Agency for discharge to normal watercourse under Permit Qualification. Check the body and keep correct records. Regularly inspect your system for proper maintenance and organize your anatomy's records (diagram, system protection, etc. ). Excessive disposal of cooking oils and grease can cause the inlet drains to block. Oils and grease are often hard to degrade and can cause odor complications and difficulties with the periodic emptying.
actually the run away a septic tank will need to never go into a nearby watercourse - you can be prosecuted for pollution. In a former life it was portion of my job to investigate such pollution. They shouldn't smell if they happen to be functioning properly. They do want emptying every few years (depending on family size etc). If your neighbours tank is leaking into a watercourse then you should report it to the environment agency.