Septic Systems Effect Minnesota Water Quality

Protect MN Vital Natural Resource

Septic System affect on Water Quality in MinnesotaMinnesota is known for having 10,000 lakes. It is also home to a vast system of rivers, streams and wetlands. We rely on our waters for clean drinking water, swimming, fishing, boating and the MN tourism industry. This is why it is very important to protect our water source with a Compliant Septic System. One that is designed to meet the needs of your home or business and provide Safe Treatment of Raw Sewage. Septic Systems must be Designed and Installed by a qualified septic technician such as Brad Krotzer of Custom Septic, Inc. (CSI). We are Certified by the State of Minnesota to provide Septic System Design, Septic System Installations and Septic Compliant Inspections for 19 years.

 

How Septic Systems Protect Minnesota Water

Human Waste contains disease causing bacteria and nitrates. If left untreated, dangerous compounds in the raw sewage can contaminate well water, lakes and rivers. A nonconforming septic system may not be doing an adequate job of naturally treating the sewage before it is returned to the groundwater system.

The Naturally Occurring Bacteria in human waste and the soil, work together to treat biologically treat the sewage. The treatment process for a typical septic system begins inside of the Septic Tank where sewage is separated into liquids and solids. The liquid Effluent leaves the septic tank through an outlet pipe and flows through the drainfield where it is naturally treated by bacteria in the soil.

 

Water Tables And Soil Testing

A Certified Septic Technician has been educated on what to look for in the sewage treatment system’s soil type and proximity to the water table. The professionals at Custom Septic, Inc. (CSI) can evaluate your property and conduct Soil Testing to determine which Septic Design is needed for Safe Sewage Treatment. Each type of septic system is designed to effectively treat sewage and protect the environment.

 

Septic Compliance Inspection

A Septic Compliance Inspection is used to evaluate an existing septic system to determine if it meets code. A sewage treatment system that is found to be Non-Compliant will be given an amount to time to be brought into compliance. Failure to effectively treat sewage poses a risk to the health of your family, the environment, surrounding community and Minnesota’s Vital Natural Resource.

 

MN Septic Compliance Inspections

Custom Septic Inc. (CSI) is a Minnesota, family owned business that is qualified to provide Septic Compliance Inspections since 1996. We have offices in the north metro city of Big Lake, MN and also Menahga, MN. Our highly experienced team is Certified by the State of Minnesota to do Septic System Design, Septic Compliance Inspections and Septic System Installations in the Twin Cities and Northern Minnesota. We take pride in helping to protect the water that is Minnesota’s Vital Natural Resource.

Contact Custom Septic, Inc. (CSI) for a Free Estimate at 763-218-4769

Custom Septic Inc. (CSI) serves the Twin Cities and Northern Minnesota

 

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