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Do you rent out your cottage or cabin paradise?  Have family or guests who are unaware of what should and should not go into a septic system?  Or simple want to remind those who may or may not be aware of septic system care. 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.  Print out on plain paper or card stock (recommended but not necessary).  Trim on the black line and either put it up as is or place in a 5 x 7...

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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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We are continuing not to allow any walk-in traffic at our location due to vulnerable members of our families. Order pickup is available and we ask that you pre-arrange this in advance.  We also ship direct and have a number of resellers that may be in your area. Please do not hesitate to give us a call or email with any questions. Orders are welcome via telephone, email or our online store. Thank you for your continued support and stay well everyone!

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Our business has been deemed an "essential service" and we are open with reduced hours (10:00 am - 3:00 pm, Monday - Thursday).  However, we are continuing not to allow any walk-in traffic. We are shipping direct to our commercial clients (MDC, RV Parks, Municipal facilities, wastewater treatment facilities, waste haulers, etc.) to best support their facilities and wastewater system infrastructure needs.  As a result, we are able ship direct to your home locations.  Strong measures are in place to protect the public and our staff from the spread of COVID-19.   We suggest that you call, email  or order through...

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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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