Bio-Active® Septic Tank Treatment
Monthly use of Bio-Active will help reduce surface and bottom solids in the septic tank. Buildup of surface and bottom solids can carry over to the leach field and cause the leach field to become clogged. Once clogged, the system has nowhere to drain and the tank fills up, causing backup in the home and wet areas in the yard.
Use of Bio-Active restores the biological population of good worker bacteria and enzymes which reduce solids. The beneficial bacteria also get carried over to the leach field to reduce solids and help prevent clogging. A clogged leach field is the biggest problem for septic systems, the hardest and most costly to repair.
- 12 Packets per Container (1 year supply)
- Each monthly packet is suitable for up to a 1500 gallon septic tank
- Simply drop packet in toilet and flush every month
- Billions of bacteria and septic specific enzymes per dose
- Helps prevent back-up and dissolves sludge
- Safe for all plumbing
Septic Tank Basics:
GOOD Bacteria vs. Anti-Bacterial Products
Septic tanks safely treat and recycle wastewater through the use of a surprisingly simple system, basically powered by nothing more than gravity, fluid dynamics and bacteria. That's right: good bacteria are essential to the proper functioning of your septic tank by breaking down waste solids.
We're accustomed to viewing bacteria in a negative light, as demonstrated by the abundance of disinfectants, sanitizers and anti-bacterial products in every home. Since these products routinely go down the drain in the process of household cleaning and deodorizing, especially in the bathroom, they can have the side effect of killing off the beneficial bacteria your septic tank needs. The failure of "dead" septic tanks is an increasing problem.
But septic tank owners don't have to avoid using anti-bacterial products. Adding Bio-Active once a month restores the good worker bacteria and enzymes to counteract the effects of household disinfectants. Bio-Active makes it easy to maintain a clean and sanitized home environment as well as a healthy bacteria population in your septic tank.