A septic tank is a type of on-site wastewater treatment system. It is used in areas where there are no sewer pipelines or sewer networks. It is basically a watertight tank with one or more partitions that separate solids from liquid waste, eventually discharging it into the ground through a leach field. Issues related to septic tanks are maintenance, inspection, overloading and clogging, which increase the frequency of pump outs.
A septic tank provides an anaerobic & anoxic environment in which various microorganisms degrade the organic matter contained in human waste. The consortia of microorganisms break down human waste and other household chemical waste into simpler compounds by consuming it as a source of energy and nutrients.
Form: Free-flowing powder
Colour: Light Brown to Dark Brown
Bacterial Count: Minimum 5 x 109 CFU/g
pH Stability: 4 to 9
Temperature Stability: 4°C to 58°C
Safety: Non-GMO, GRAS Status Bacteria
Shelf Life: 2 years from the date of manufacturing