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What is a septic tank?


A septic tank is a part of a septic system, which is a smaller version of a sewage treatment system. The purpose of the tank is to collect sewage and waste from the building it is attached to.
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A septic tank is a sewage treatment system used in parts of the country that are unable to connect to primary sewage lines, usually due to being in remote locations. They are classified as a type of onsite sewage system. Solid waste is captured in the septic tank and the liquids are drained through a series of pipes into a septic field where it is released.

Answer: A septic tank is made of a couple different types of materials. We use cement tanks as well as poly tanks. It is a holding tank that allows for the solids to be trapped in the first compartment and allows the liquid to pass into the pipe that goes into the leach field area
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Answer: A tank that separates the solids from liquids
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