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Keep It Clean! – A Special #SepticSmartWeek Septic Tip

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Keep It Clean!
Celebrating #SepticSmartWeek2023 with Informed Choices

Welcome to #SepticSmartWeek2023, a week dedicated to raising awareness about the crucial role septic systems play in our daily lives and the environment. This year, our focus shifts to the intimate relationship between your well water, the soil beneath our feet, and the septic systems that operate silently underground.

Testing Your Well Water

Why It Matters:
The water from your well is vital for various household activities, from drinking to cooking. Contaminated well water can pose severe health risks, and one primary source of such contamination is a malfunctioning septic system.

Taking Action:
Annual testing of well water ensures that no harmful bacteria or nitrates, typically from a faulty septic system, have entered your drinking water. Regular testing acts as a preventive measure, ensuring that any potential contamination is identified and addressed promptly.

The Importance of Septic System Maintenance

Protecting Groundwater:
Your septic system, when operating correctly, naturally filters out harmful bacteria and viruses, ensuring they don’t seep into the groundwater. However, a neglected or overloaded system can become a source of contamination.

Maintenance Matters:
Routine check-ups, regular pumping, and avoiding overloading your system with chemicals can maintain the integrity of your septic system. A well-maintained system not only ensures the longevity of the system itself but also protects our precious groundwater sources.

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Soil Testing Before Septic Installation

Know Your Soil:
Different soils have varying abilities to treat and filter wastewater. Before installing a septic system, it’s essential to understand the type and characteristics of the soil on your property.

The Testing Advantage:
Soil testing provides vital information about its composition, permeability, and pH levels. This data ensures that the chosen septic system is compatible with the ground it will be placed in, optimizing its performance and reducing potential risks.

Being septic smart goes beyond just understanding how the system works. It’s about making informed decisions that safeguard our health, protect our environment, and ensure the longevity of the systems we rely on daily. As we commemorate #SepticSmartWeek2023, let’s pledge to keep our waters clean, our soils tested, and our septic systems in top-notch condition.

At Priority Pumping, we’re proud to support and promote best practices that keep our communities and environments healthy. Dive deeper into these topics, and ensure you’re making the best decisions for your home and the planet.

Don’t miss out on our exclusive Septic System 411 E-Guide. 🏡 Inside, we show you how to properly care for your septic system.

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Tanya Wilson

Tanya Wilson

Tanya Wilson is the owner and CEO of Priority Pumping. She loves the wastewater industry and all of the opportunities for consumer education.

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