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What To Expect From A New Commercial Septic Tank Installation

If you live in a rural area, you may need a commercial septic system to treat and dispose of wastewater generated by commercial activities in a safe and environmentally responsible manner. It is similar to a residential one but operates on a larger scale due to the higher volume of effluent entering the system. These systems typically require more frequent pumping and maintenance than residential systems to prevent them from having a negative impact on the local water source.

Planning and Designing the Septic Tank

The commercial septic installation company will need to take into account the following details:

A septic system designer must conduct a site evaluation and design a system that meets your requirements and complies with local standards. They will also prepare the necessary permits and documents for the installation.

The Installation of the Septic Tank

The next step is to hire a licensed and experienced contractor to install your commercial septic system. The contractor will follow the design specifications and use quality materials and equipment to ensure a safe and efficient installation. 

They must first dig a hole and install the septic tank, a large container that holds the wastewater and allows solids to settle at the bottom. Then they will install the drain field, a network of pipes that distribute the effluent from the tank into the soil.

Next, the technician must connect the plumbing fixtures from your building to the septic tank. Finally, depending on your system design, they will install additional components, such as pumps, filters, alarms, or vents.

Testing the Septic System

The final step is to test your commercial septic system to ensure it works properly and poses no environmental or health risks. The contractor will perform a series of tests, such as checking for leaks or cracks in the tank, pipes, or fittings. They should measure the water level and flow rate in the tank and drain field. They will also test the quality of the effluent and the soil for any contaminants or pathogens. Finally, they will inspect the electrical components and alarms.

The contractor will also provide you with a certificate of completion and a warranty for your system. Then, you're commercial septic tank will be fully installed and your business will be able to put it to use.

Contact a commercial septic tank pumping service near you to learn more.