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The French are believed to be the first to use septic tank systems in the 1870s, followed by the United States. Over a century later, septic tanks are still used worldwide at homes without access to sewage treatment plants.

A septic tank, made of concrete, plastic or fibreglass, is installed beneath the ground and performs the function of breaking down waste generated from the household. A malfunctioning system can cause a wide range of problems such as surface water pollution, disease outbreaks and environmental concerns. Therefore, your septic tank system needs regular maintenance and care to work at its best and break down organic waste efficiently.

In India, millions of people do not have access to toilets. Lack of sanitation infrastructure in rural areas has forced a large population to follow open defecation practices. This, in turn, has opened up the possibilities of health hazards, causing dangerous diseases such as diarrhoea, typhoid and dysentery, claiming hundreds and thousands of lives every year. Moreover, human waste in open grounds has led to soil and water contamination and environmental pollution, especially during the monsoon season.

Globally, billions of people do not have access to basic sanitation facilities even today, and it is affecting the health, economy, environment and communities in different ways. In developing countries of the world, the poor sanitation situation leads to public health hazards like diarrhoea, cholera and dysentery resulting in deaths, especially of children, every year. It costs billions and affects economic growth. The open defecation practices pollute the environment and aesthetic beauty of the place.

India is one of the most populous countries in the world with high population densities in rural areas and urban cities. As a result, human waste treatment and management have become one of the major challenges faced by the country today. According to reports, less than 30% of the population in India have access to safe sanitation facilities. The majority of households in rural areas practice open defecation, which threatens to cause various diseases such as diarrhoea, cholera, hepatitis, dysentery etc.

If you live at a place where there is no municipal sewer system, you are certainly at the mercy of a septic system to treat waste every day. Though hidden underground, a septic system performs the essential function of treating waste from your home and thus prevents back up issues. Therefore, you must pay attention to what materials you are putting down the drain.

Algeria is the largest country in northern Africa. In this part of the world, water resources are estimated at 19.3 billion m3 /year, out of which 12.4 billion surface water and 6.9 billion groundwater are available. Most of the country’s surface is covered by the Sahara, and thus 90% of the population lives in the North. 

Organica Biotech is one of the leading companies with advanced solutions for septic tank treatment. Bioclean Septic is a natural microbial septic tank treatment product that is highly capable of degrading organic waste completely. The septic tank cleaner resolves overflow and back flow issues too. Bioclean Septic is the best septic tank treatment for homeowners, and it helps in the effective maintenance of your septic system.   

Organica Biotech’s ‘Bioclean Septic’ contains septic tank enzyme-producing bacteria that degrade human fecal matter effectively and boost the overall septic tank system performance. It minimizes sludge buildup and prevents choke-ups. Unlike chemical cleaners, it is completely natural, safe and eco-friendly. You can use Bioclean Septic to make the septic tank eco-friendly.

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