Since 1976, CCLS has been the #1 wastewater treatment additive recommended by contractors and pump companies. Formulated from naturally occurring organisms. It does not need to be mixed, non-toxic, non-hazardous, non-corrosive and non-flammable. It does not give off odors or harmful fumes. It does not harm the skin.
SAFE FOR WASTE DISPOSAL: Pour 2 oz. CCLS into disposal weekly to prevent build-up and control odors. FOR ODOR CONTROL: Dab or spray CCLS onto affected area as needed.
If your tank is going to be installed in an area with gravel or coarse soil, a pressure clarifier is best. For areas with rich soil or dirt, a gravity system is better. These allow streams of untreated sewage to seep into the ground and fertilize the surrounding dirt.
CLR Healthy Septic System is safe on pipes and china and works on grease, oils, grease and other stubborn organics.
There is little scientific data to suggest that you should add bacteria or enzymes to your septic system. The United States Environmental Protection Agency reported that biological additives do not appear to improve the performance of healthy septic tanks.
Even some organic solids cannot be broken down in the tank. Therefore, they accumulate and must be removed. In summary, yeast is unlikely to be harmful to a septic system, but we have no research-based information to suggest that adding it to a septic tank is a useful practice.< /p>
The cheapest option is a plastic septic tank. These tanks are generally lighter and easier to install than concrete or fiberglass options. They are waterproof and resistant to water corrosion. Plastic septic tanks typically cost around $1,200.
Installing a hillside sewage treatment plant costs $10,000 to $20,000. It is the most expensive system, but is often necessary in areas with high water tables, shallow soil depth, or shallow bedrock. It relies on a raised sand mound for the drainage field instead of digging into the ground.
There are many different types of septic tanks. The three most popular types are concrete, plastic (polyethylene) and fiberglass
What to do Over time, your toilet water can create an unsightly rainbow of stains and mineral deposits in your toilet bowl. CLR® Calcium, Lime & Rust Remover will help you wash away the dirt.
CLR or Lime Away? An acidic cleaner is the best way to remove water deposits. Vinegar and lemon juice are two natural alternatives, but they just don’t work as quickly and effectively. CLR uses similar ingredients to Lime Away.
CLR Clog-Free Drain clears almost all clogged or stiff household drains in seconds! It is safe to use on all solid plumbing and works on almost any clog including hair, grease, food, soap build up and more.