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Gross, Mar An assessment of the Effects of Household Chemicals Upon Individual Septic Performances, Author Aitdiation: Univ of Arkansas at Little Rock, Little Rock, AR, USA Source Publication Arkansas Water Resources Research Center Jun 1987 22 p 0889-6224 in English

Grabby. R.B., "The Role of Bacteria in Sewer Maintenance," Joint Annual Meeting Chesapeake Water Pollution Control Association and the Water and Wastewater Operators Assn Of Maryland, Delaware, and District of Columbia, 1981.

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Hoover; JAR (1974) "Montgomery County Environmental Planners Suggest Bacterial Clean-up of Sewers" Montgomery County Planning Board. Silver Spring, Md., July 12, 1974.

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Excerpts from an Article in
November 2000s New York Times.

With Bio-Safe One's answer in yellow.

"A lot of people don't realize that the greater part of the value of a house is buried outside in the yard."

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"If the solids in the tank are allowed to rise to the level of the outlet port they can clog the distribution box, the perforated drainage pipes and the drain field itself."

Bio-Safe One Septic Solution will help prevent this because the solids in the septic tank are mainly organic material, pressurized by water, and the bacteria in Bio-Safe One Septic Solution will attack the bonds, shrinking the solids and sludge by 100%.

"If you have to replace a septic system, you could easily be looking at a cost of anywhere from $10,000 to $70,000 depending on whether or not the drainage field has to be replaced at the same time.

Doesn't it make sense to spend $4 per month to save $15,000 or more to eliminate the hazard to your health and safety as well as frequent pump-outs (which use chemicals)? This is truly preventive maintenance!

"If the grass is greener over your septic field that it means there is water pooling underneath, the water will eventually come to the surface causing a water spot to develop, then the local Health Inspector can shut you down."

Why wait for trouble?! By Using Bio-Safe One Septic Solution for .12 cents a day you can avoid spending a $10,000 or $70,000 bill. It's the cheapest insurance in the world.


 

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