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from The Family Handyman

How a Septic Tank Works

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No Gravel. Last 120 Years. The Septic Tank Soakaway www.septictank.co.uk

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from Dengarden

Green Tip #1 - Maintaining Your Septic Tank Without Chemicals

Green Tip #1 - Maintaining Your Septic Tank Without Chemicals... We already knew about the yeast. But I didn't know about the vinegar.

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from Marlin

Proper Landscaping On and Around Your Septic System

Proper Landscaping On and Around Your Septic System — Marlin

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from SF Gate

How to Find the Lid on a Septic System

How to find the lid on septic tank and tons of other great info

from Dengarden

Green Tip #1 - Maintaining Your Septic Tank Without Chemicals

Taking simple steps to maintain your septic tank, without chemicals, will save you money in the long run!

from The Family Handyman

How a Septic Tank Works

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How a Septic System Works

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Septic Tank Tip: An inexpensive way to keep your septic system working properly, is to take one packet of dry yeast and a box of brown sugar and pour this down your toilet about every 3-4 months.

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from eHow

Homemade Rid-X

Homemade Rid-X Create a solution of 1 qt. warm water, 2 cups packed brown sugar and 1 package of active dry yeast. Mix the solution together thoroughly, then flush down the toilet. Create a solution to use with each toilet in your house. Treat your septic system on a monthly basis to provide a thriving environment for the bacteria that are necessary for breaking down and digesting a large portion of the household waste that enters your septic tank

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