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Easily Maintain your Septic Tank System by adding "Good" Bacteria
Simply flush one sachet of BIOBUG® SEP septic tank cleaner down the loo, once each month and you will add 250 BILLION hard-working "good" bacteria to clean up the septic tank system.
When functioning properly, household wastes are collected in your septic tank and then broken down, liquefied, and deodourized by the naturally occurring bacteria. Because this process is biological, it is easily upset and may stop working. Then the sludge starts to build-up and smells become a problem.
Some common factors that often upset the natural process are:
Such factors kill the micro-organisms that work to keep your septic tank system running properly. Because modern septic tanks are water-tight concrete boxes or plastic tanks, the naturally occurring bacteria in the surrounding soil are unable to enter. BIOBUG® SEP septic tank cleaner is specifically designed to replenish and boost the supply of these invaluable micro-organisms and allows natural activity to continue.
Benefits of BIOBUG® SEP septic tank cleaner:
Why add BIOBUG® SEP septic tank cleaner?
It's easy to protect your septic tank system and keep it operating smoothly by simply using BIOBUG® SEP septic tank cleaner. Each sachet contains 250 billion bacteria, specifically selected to degrade human waste.
The initial application of BIOBUG® SEP septic tank cleaner:
Continuing with regular monthly applications will:
BIOBUG® SEP septic tank cleaner is safe to use as directed. It is completely natural and environmentally safe, containing no corrosive chemicals, caustic or acids, and is hazard free.
It will not damage metal, ceramic, or plastic parts of the drainage system.
This product uses our unique 'water soluble pouch' system to make dosing hassle free. No mess, no hassle, no bother...Simply flush one sachet of BIOBUG® SEP septic tank cleaner down the loo, once each month to look after your septic tank.