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What are the Basic Components of a Septic System?

Posted by ADB Septic on November 16, 2017

As you may know, septic systems are usually incorporated with homes that do not have access to public sewer lines. Septic systems work to dispose of waste, while filtering out waste water. Most residential septic systems are designed as passive systems. An inlet pipe is one of the basic components of this type of system—it carries wastewater from the home to the septic tank, which then separates out solids before sending the liquid out to the drain fielThere’s a portion of homeowners who prefer septic systems over sewers, since they are more environmentally friendly and allow homeowners to have more control over their wastewater. But how exactly do these systems work?

To learn more about how septic systems work, check out this wonderful infographic, created by A1 Tank Service. If you find it to be useful, please share with your friends and neighbors.

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Topics: Common Questions about Septic Systems, Residential Septic System

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