A septic tank system is like a small-scale wastewater treatment plant that handles household solid and liquid waste flushed down the toilet and washroom. Bacteria play the all-important function of degrading organic solid waste in the tank. Thus, the right balance of healthy bacteria is essential for maximum system efficiency.
However, extensive use of various household chemicals disturbs the microbe ecosystem, leading to sludge-build up. Moreover, you run the risk of septic tank malfunction and associated issues such as solid waste accumulation, clogged pipes, bad odour and even groundwater contamination. It is, therefore, necessary to increase and maintain the safe and good bacterial population in the septic system. Adding bacteria to the septic tank can help achieve this objective.