Septic systems, whether you have an aerobic or conventional septic tank system, a residential or a commercial septic tank system, all function basically the same way. Waste makes it way from your home or business via pipes to the septic tank. Here, solid waste remains in the tank. Oxygen and bacteria are mixed in to break down the waste products. The solid matter sinks to the bottom while the wastewater flows into the drain field, or the leach field. Here, the water is treated again in the field. This treated water is now known as effluent, and it then flows back into the ground to start its journey back through the water cycle.
B & B Pumping offers the best septic and aerobic cleaning services in the Azle area, including serving Decatur, Fort Worth, Haslet, and Weatherford. We have years of experience of delivering exceptional customer service to our residential and commercial customers. When your septic tank needs checking, give us a call first. While septic systems operate in the same basic way, a commercial septic system is different from a residential septic system, mainly in the fact that it has to be bigger to accommodate more use. Below, we’ll take a look at the reasons why you need regular commercial septic tank services. Contact our septic tank company today!