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A & A Oil Recovery Co

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130 Ryerson AvenueWayne, NJ 07470

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A septic tank is a key component of the septic system, a small-scale sewage treatment system common in areas with no connection to main sewage pipes provided by local governments or private corporations. Other components, typically mandated and/or restricted by local governments, optionally include pumps, alarms, sand filters, and clarified liquid effluent disposal means such as a septic drain field, ponds, natural stone fiber filter plants or peat moss beds. Septic systems are a type of.. onsite sewage facility (OSSF). In North America, approximately 25% of the population relies on septic tanks; this can include suburbs and small towns as well as rural areas. Indianapolis is an example of a large city where many of the city's neighborhoods are still on separate septic systems.[citation needed] In Europe, septic systems are generally limited to rural areas. Since a septic system requires a drainfield that uses a lot of land area, they are not suitable for densely built cities. The term "septic" refers to the anaerobic bacterial environment that develops in the tank which decomposes or mineralizes the waste discharged into the tank. Septic tanks can be coupled with other onsite wastewater treatment units such as biofilters or aerobic systems involving artificial forced aeration.[1] Periodic preventive maintenance is required to remove the irreducible solids that settle and gradually fill the tank, reducing its efficiency. In most jurisdictions this maintenance is required by law, yet often not enforced. According to the U.S Environmental Protection Agency, in the United States it is the home owners' responsibility to maintain their septic system.[2] Those who disregard the requirement will eventually be faced with extremely costly repairs when solids escape the tank and clog the clarified liquid effluent disposal system. A properly maintained system, on the other hand, can last for decades or possibly even a lifetime.[citation needed] Contents [hide] 1 Description A septic tank is a key component of the septic system, a small-scale sewage treatment system common in areas with no connection to main sewage pipes provided by local governments or private corporations. Other components, typically mandated and/or restricted by local governments, optionally include pumps, alarms, sand filters, and clarified liquid effluent disposal means such as a septic drain field, ponds, natural stone fiber filter plants or peat moss beds. Septic systems are a type of onsite sewage facility (OSSF). In North America, approximately 25% of the population relies on septic tanks; this can include suburbs and small towns as well as rural areas. Indianapolis is an example of a large city where many of the city's neighborhoods are still on separate septic systems.[citation needed] In Europe, septic systems are generally limited to rural areas. Since a septic system requires a drainfield that uses a lot of land area, they are not suitable for densely built cities. The term "septic" refers to the anaerobic bacterial environment that develops in the tank which decomposes or mineralizes the waste discharged into the tank. Septic tanks can be coupled with other onsite wastewater treatment units such as biofilters or aerobic systems involving artificial forced aeration.[1] Periodic preventive maintenance is required to remove the irreducible solids that settle and gradually fill the tank, reducing its efficiency. In most jurisdictions this maintenance is required by law, yet often not enforced. According to the U.S Environmental Protection Agency, in the United States it is the home owners' responsibility to maintain their septic system.[2] Those who disregard the requirement will eventually be faced with extremely costly repairs when solids escape the tank and clog the clarified liquid effluent disposal system. A properly maintained system, on the other hand, can last for decades or possibly even a lifetime.

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  • MON
  • 7:00am
  • 5:00pm
  • TUE
  • 7:00am
  • 5:00pm
  • WED
  • 7:00am
  • 5:00pm
  • THU
  • 7:00am
  • 5:00pm
  • FRI
  • 7:00am
  • 5:00pm
  • SAT
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