Truly Green’s Throw and Go

Our Scientific Septic Tank Adjustment Process

We are proud to offer you our new safe and effective process that beats all the competition’s products in the field. In just 2 easy steps, done once a month, the contents of your septic tank will breakdown much more rapidly and effectively producing a cleaner, longer life for your system and the environment. 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 leach fields. Our process is SAFE! We use only natural products..

Process 1- PH Adjuster: This step will help treat the upper and middle portions of the septic tank’s juices. The PH adjuster should be used first because it will bring an acidic septic tank to a more neutral PH, which allows the basic materials inside the tank to breakdown faster.


Process 2 – Microbe Enhancer: Our second step to this process increases the effectiveness of the bacteria that already exist in your septic tank. It will cause the bacteria to become hyper and breakdown the sludge at a much faster rate.


Why use our Tank Adjuster?

1. To avoid constant messy dig-ups every time you have the septic pumped because of septic sludge plugging and backing up the leach fields.

2. To get the truth on how well your system is fermenting before you have a back-up on your floor in the house.

3. To learn the structural condition of your septic tank before you look out and see a large crater in your yard (hopefully with no one or a pet in the septic tank when it collapsed)! Metal and concrete tanks collapse more often than you realize. The gasses formed from acidic foods aggressively attack metal and concrete tanks at the outlet of your septic tank. This is one reason why PH is important. The other reason is, if your septic juice is acidic, basic foods like potatoes, bread, and macaroni, and products such as toilet paper, will not breakdown all the way and will bypass the outlet and plug up the leaching fields. This inspection is designed to give you good advice and possibly save a struggling leaching field headed for total failure. Remember, judging how well your system is working (fermenting) by how well your toilet flushes is not even close to really knowing how well the system is working. An inspection of the outlet is the best way to judge your septic system condition and functionality.