You need to feed your machine with rotten tomatoes every now and then while taking care of your septic tank. Perhaps another alternative way to repair and replace your septic tank is to use old tomatoes in your fridge if flushing down any yeast isn’t going to work. By doing this, by grinding them down into your garbage system, you can produce bacteria in your septic system.
In order to provide your septic tank with healthy bacteria and break down waste, an average of 3 to 4 tomatoes every 4 months would be sufficient. If you do not have any waste disposal available at home and you need a way to get rid of the tomatoes, you can smash them and place them in a bag, then you can pour those tomatoes down the toilet for the same cleaning results.
You should stop placing those chemicals and things in your tank while cleaning and repairing your septic tank. You need to note that all types of raw or fried meat, grease, cooking oils and fats are not thrown away.
Read this infographic in order to know what a leaching field is.
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