ecological laboratories microbe-lift for septic systems?

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Old 10-06-10, 07:29 AM
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ecological laboratories microbe-lift for septic systems?

anyone had any success with this reviving septic/leach fields? we have a 100 year old house. barely leaching septic system.... maybe clogged after many years of inattention (i know of a 4 year period in which it wasn't pumped at all until it backed into house)? we're told 15-20K new system is needed not something i wanna dump into a dump already. thanks!
 
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Old 10-06-10, 07:26 PM
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Don't put any thing in a septic that you wouldn't put into yourself.
All the junk that is for sale to put in septics, is just that, "to sell".
If any of it worked very well, no one would ever have to have there system pumped out.
Don't waste your money. If its old. it is probably time to have it pumped out.
Over time solid none-bio-degradable matter will build up. When that builds up, no kind of bug or enzyme is going to eat it. It just sits there. That is what must be pumped or cleaned out of a septic system.


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