Backups and clogs in the septic system are costly, messy and inconvenient. The best way to protect your septic system is preventive maintenance. Adding Septic Saver through a toilet flush every other month effectively prevents these expensive issues.
When household waste is broken down in the septic tank, the by-product is dangerous nitrates. Nitrates combine with septic water and travel into the septic field, through the soil and can mix with well water. Nitrates can also run off into streams, rivers, lakes and other waterways causing algae blooms which can harm fish and other aquatic life.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) states that nitrate levels above 10ppm (nitrogen) in well water is a health risk for infants and can cause Blue Baby Syndrome. High nitrate levels can also be harmful to pregnant mothers and other adults.
Septic saver reduces dangerous nitrates in the septic tank by converting them into harmless nitrogen gas which comprises 78% of the earth’s natural atmospshere. In essence convert dangerous nitrates into a life sustaining element.