Sewage waste management
Regular sewage maintenance is crucial. Sewage and effluent produce disease-causing microorganisms and parasites, so keeping your sewage system in optimal condition helps you spot potential issues before they arise.
As wastewater passes through the septic tank and sewerage system, solid waste is separated and sinks to the bottom. At this point, healthy bacterial digestion occurs, reducing the quantity of solids and breaking them down into sludge. Lighter materials like grease and oil float to the surface and form a layer of crusty scum known as a scum blanket. This layer seals in air that optimises bacteria breakdown.
For more, see septic tank cleaning.