Indoor plumbing has been a part of our lives for thousands of years (dating back to at least 2500 B.C.). Most buildings and homes are connected to some kind of septic disposal system, like a septic tank, which collects sewage and other waste and flushes it away from the building to be treated elsewhere. However, if you’re not careful, your septic disposal system might run into problems and require plumbing repairs and a visit from your local plumbers. This article will look at three ways to take care of your septic disposal system.
- Keep Grease and Fat Out of the Tank: One way to take care of your septic disposal system is to keep grease and fat out of the tank. The easiest way to do this is to resist the urge to dump leftover grease and fat from cooking down your drain. If too much grease and fat builds up in the tank, it can cause massive clogs and back up the entire system. The best way to avoid this problem is to instead dump any fat and grease into the trash can befor