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What Are the Advantages of Biosolids?

When a septic tank is pumped, you probably don’t think about what happens to that stuff after it leaves the tank. But believe it or not, that stuff (also called wastewater or sewage sludge) has useful properties for agricultural applications. The solid waste in that sludge gets treated and converted into biosolids. It might sound […]

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How Often Should I Pump My Septic Tank?

Septic tank pumping is an essential aspect of septic tank ownership. Many septic tank owners realize this, but they are unsure about this process. They wonder, “How often do I need to clean my septic tank?” Here’s what you need to know. Use the following FAQ to learn the basics about septic tank maintenance and […]

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What Is Dewatering?

Construction projects typically require the movement or removal of significant amounts of soil. As the earth is disturbed, water surfaces. This liquid must be removed in order for construction to continue. The process of removing surface and groundwater from the site is referred to as dewatering. But how does dewatering work? There are several dewatering […]

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What You Need to Know About Digesters

Despite what you may think, wastewater and the way it’s treated play an essential role in our everyday lives. If wastewater wasn’t treated, we’d all be susceptible to life-threatening diseases when we walk outside. For that reason, it’s good for everyone to know a little bit about wastewater treatment. One of the most important steps […]

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Biosolids or Sludge? What You Need to Know

If you ever speak to someone in the wastewater treatment industry, you’ll likely hear them use the terms biosolids and sludge. The professionals might even use the terms interchangeably. But that shouldn’t be the case—though they’re similar, biosolids and sludge aren’t the same. Keep reading to learn how to tell the difference between biosolids and […]

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Things You Should Never Put in a Septic Tank

While you might not be a plumber, you surely understand the importance of a healthy and functioning septic tank. And although there’s little do-it-yourself potential when it comes to fixing it, there are still steps you can take to maintain a healthy septic tank. Having preventative maintenance performed by professionals is a great way to […]

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