Septic Tank Advice

Our tank was emptied recently but appears to be full again. What could be the problem?

This could be a signal that something in the septic tank system is not functioning correctly. Immediate attention is called for: for example, the soakaway system might have failed, either through contamination or by having reached the end of its useful life.

On older conventional septic tanks the internal ‘T’ pipe can become detached and cause solids to enter the soakaway. ‘T’ pipes can be readily replaced to restore a septic tank to correct operation.

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