Environmentally-Friendly, Biological Septic Treatments
Weber Environmental Services offers effective septic tank additives that will help your system break down organic waste (sewage) material. For example, Envirozyme, our specially formulated leaching bed additive, increases the good bacteria which break down excess organic waste.
Whether your septic system is newly installed, or is an older system that needs rejuvenation to help it run more efficiently, we will recommend the most cost-effective treatment that suits your needs and your budget.
When your septic system has stopped functioning properly, and it seems like the only option is a complete replacement, it’s time to review effective alternatives that may add life to an older septic system.
The Terralift system helps stop odorous seepage from coming through your leach field. This system can also help with compaction and improper drainage.
The Terralift 2000 uses a probe which is placed in the ground where your leach field is located (down to depths of around 3 to 6 feet). Once the probe is in the ground, it forces air into the soil, loosening surrounding compacted dirt and creating freer flowing drainage systems.
Along with the air, polystyrene beads are injected into the soil to keep all fissures and cracks open, promoting a long-lasting drainage solution.
Weber Environmental Services is the only business in the local area using this technology, and we’ve seen great success as a cost-effective solution instead of replacing the entire septic system. Give us a call to learn more.
Bio Aeration Systems (BAS)
Most septic system failures are partially caused by the clogging of biomat, which is the mixture of solid matter and bacteria that travels from the septic tank and into the leaching field. One way to break up the biomat is by introducing aerobic bacteria.
Using the Bio Aeration System, we introduce aerobic bacteria into your septic tank and leaching field. These bacteria break down solid waste, making clogs less likely.
A bio-aeration unit is a unit that resides in the bottom of your septic tank, and grows bacteria that digests septic waste. The bacteria travel into the leaching field and also digest biomat, which allows the water to be better absorbed into the soil.
Weber Environmental Services can install a bio-aeration system or other bacterial technology, which can be used as an alternative to replacing the entire septic system. Give us a call to learn more.
Other Septic Treatment Alternatives
Instead of installing a brand new septic system, speak with our experts about other options that you may have. These options may include leach bed flushing, bacterial injections, and peroxide cleaning treatments. Our trained technicians will inspect your septic system and recommend the most cost-effective solution for your usage and budget.