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Five common myths about septic systems.  Why inoculate and what not to put down the drain.  Is septic system replacement the only option for older systems?  Check out the myths debunked.

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Instead of washing four laundry loads in one day, do one or two loads per day. Run washing machines and (dishwashers) with full loads or alternatively, select the proper load size for your washing machine. Washing small loads of laundry with large quantities of water is a waste of both water and energy. When buying a new washing machine look for appliances that display the Energy Star symbol. Newer energy-efficient clothes washers use 50% less water than a standard model. Front-loading machines use up to 40% less water than top-loading machine. If you would like to receive a monthly Septic...

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Working on a home or cottage project? Keep paint out of the drain! Let extra paint dry in the can, or if you have quite a bit leftover donate or share your paint with a friend. Keep your septic working perfectly by keeping paint out of it. If you would like to receive a monthly Septic Tip and septic maintenance reminder, click here to sign up.... it is free!

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It is not recommended to pump out a seasonal-use cottage or cabin septic system in the fall, unless absolutely necessary and if so, please ensure your septic tank is full of water or wastewater prior to spring thaw.  If your place has year round use, then by all means have your septic system serviced if and whenever due or needed. Why not pump out seasonal system? An empty septic tank can act like a boat, particularly in the spring!  If the ground water table is high in the spring, and your septic tank is empty it may pop out of the...

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EcoEthic Septic Care Sign Pac.  Do you rent out your cottage or cabin paradise?  Or have family or guests who are unaware of what should and should not go into a septic system? These small, simple signs will help to remind guests and family what can and cannot go down the kitchen drain, bathroom fixtures and into the laundry. 

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