Scientific Septic Tank Adjustment & Process

Did you know? Just like swimming pool water, when the PH is not neutral, the chlorine and other chemicals will not work no matter how much chemical you pour in. The septic tank juices (septage-is the correct name) will react the same way.

To check the PH in your septic tank for fermenting purposes you need to do a PH test at the outlet end of your septic tank. Checking it at the inlet end or center of the septic tank will not work.

Why you need to check the PH at the outlet end of the septic tank: The water coming out from the house (technically known as “On Site”) is the same PH as the water coming into the house, except it has solids and other liquids mixed in with the fresh water. Each ingredient could have a much different PH. For example, tomatoes and vinegars are very acidic. This will change the PH of the water as the fermenting process works its way across the septic tank to the outlet end. If you took a PH of 7 from the inlet and the outlet water was a PH of 5 (which is very bad), the PH reading in the middle would be a PH of 6. This means that basic food like potatoes and mac and cheese, and products such as paper, won’t breakdown. They will bypass the outlet baffle in tiny particles that will make the outlet discharge water cloudy and plug the pores of the earth. These particles, even when they escape, should be eaten up by the natural bacteria in the earth. However, when the cloudy water is overloaded with sludge because the science (the PH, temperature, and retention time) wasn’t right for the earth’s natural breakdown process, it ruins the leaching field and causes unhealthy backup messes in your home. Remember, checking the PH anywhere other than the outlet area of the septic tank will give you an inaccurate reading.

If you would like to do something that will help adjust the PH in any tank, the answer is to try our Throw and Go Scientific Septic Tank Adjustment & Process. This formula is especially good for acidic food diets such as, but not limited to, tomatoes and vinegars. Most of us like some form of these acidic type foods, but even bland foods break down a bit on the acidic side. Our process will not harm the structure of any type of material when used as directed. Step 1 is a PH adjuster; Step 2 is a bacteria enhancer. Step 3 is a non-mechanical aerobic process option based on your information that you sent to us.

By keeping a close to neutral PH, you will also help to slow down the deterioration of the outlet on a concrete or metal septic tank. Poly septic tanks do not deteriorate.

The process is a necessary, common sense, scientific adjustment. Without it, the fermentation process in your septic tank will struggle or not work at all and eventually plug your leaching fields. Our process is safe! We use only natural products found in our environment. A lot of the products sold in big box stores and online are dangerous because often the base products come from a municipal sewer plant. These companies go into sewer plants and receive sewage free by pumping it out of the aerated part of the sewage plant. They then freeze dry the septic sludge and add carrier products such as cornmeal, sawdust, etc. So you are buying good and bad germs and viruses, etc. not to mention the hazardous materials mixed in that could be coming through the sewage treatment plant at that time. See below on how our throw and go septic tank juice adjustment method is applied. Please complete the Septic Tank Adjustment Questionnaire Here.

Throw and Go: Truly Green’s Scientific Septic Method

Process 1: PH Adjuster: Slowly pour the contents of the bag for step #1 into your toilet while flushing. It will enter your septic tank via the toilet. There is no need to add water to our solution. The raw material will fall to the bottom of the septic tank and break down slowly. This will help treat the upper and middle portions of the septic tank’s juice. The PH adjuster should be used first because it will bring an acidic septic tank to a more neutral PH, which allows the basic juice and materials inside the tank like paper, potatoes and pastas, etc. to breakdown, as well as tomatoes, vinegars and acidic foods. Then wait 24 hours before beginning Process 2.

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Process 2: Microbe Enhancer: After 24 hours, (when the PH adjuster has had time to do its job) slowly pour the contents of the bag for step #2 into the toilet while flushing it, sending it down to the septic tank. This process will hyper the feeding habits of your own bacteria that comes from all the foods we eat. The food you eat come with all the necessary bacteria that helps create the necessary enzymes in our stomach (digestive system) to break down what we eat. The septic tank, when the science is right, is an extension of our digestive system (stomach). If we get an upset stomach we take products like Tums or Rolaids. They make us feel better by adjusting the PH in our stomach to allow them to process the food without hurting us. This scientific process does the same thing for the septic tank and allows better and faster biodegradable breakdown by helping to neutralize the PH in the septic tank and slows down the deterioration of concrete and metal septic tanks.

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Did you know the acid in an anaerobic septic tank omits gases that can destroy the concrete and metal that was used for the manufacturing of the tank and attack our ozone layer? This is why it is extremely important to check and adjust the PH of your septic tank using our scientific septic, common sense tank process. This process will help prevent deterioration of your concrete or metal tank and leaching field concrete products like the junction or distribution box, drywells, cesspools, seepage pits and concrete infiltrators as well as make your bacteria work faster, reproduce, and multiply. This will make you feel safer the next time you flush your toilet.

There are other things that can affect the fermenting process like the retention time and temperature. We can teach you more about our process upon request.

Remember using our process is the first step to getting your septic tank to ferment properly. Our throw and go scientific process will be much better than what you are doing now because it will enhance what you are doing correctly and help to correct what is being done wrong.

Before moving onto Process 3, you MUST complete the Septic Tank Adjustment Questionnaire here.

For Process 3 – Click here if you’ve already completed the Tank Adjustment Questionnaire