Jury Liquid Waste provide domestic and commercial septic tank desludging, and treat septic tank blockages inn Adelaide Northern suburbs, Barossa Valley, Adelaide Plains, Adelaide Hills and the Mid North. It is generally recommended that you desludge your domestic septic tank at least every three years to avoid blockages, costly repairs or replacements.
Specialising in desludging Ri-Treat, Bio-Cycle, Enviro Cycle Systems & Polymaster
We can arrange the regular desludging of your septic tank, domestic wastewater management system and enviro cycle systems, and are also available for emergency septic tank desludging at a prearranged time.
We provide safe liquid waste removal, management and disposal services for residential, commercial and industrial clients in accordance with Environmental Protection Authority compliance regulations.
Maintaining Your Septic Tank
You may not realise but all septic systems require regular inspection, maintenance and desludging. This is designed to check that they are functioning correctly and highlight any potential issues. Regular inspection and maintenance will help you to avoid any costly and unpleasant problems from occurring in the future.
Septic Tank Inspection
If you’re a residential customer who has just purchased a home with a septic tank or if you’re a business with a septic system we recommend having the tank inspected to determine the age and condition. We can then set up a regular appointment for inspection and cleaning.
Odour’s can be caused by the following - Improper Tank Chemistry
Inside the septic tank, microbes work to break down waste solids. In order for this bacteria to survive and do their job, the pH level must be maintained between 6.8 and 7.6. If it becomes to acidic, a strong hydrogen sulfide gas odour (like rotten eggs) can develop.
- Never flush non-organic waste down the toilet, such as cigarette butts, feminine hygiene products, and trash.
- Avoid pouring fats, oils, coffee grounds, cleaning products, paints, or other chemicals down your sink or tub drains. These can disrupt sewage breakdown inside the tank and cause a foul odour.
- Adding a cup of baking soda to a sink drain or toilet once a week will help maintain the correct pH level in the septic tank.Dry Drains
Dry drains are one of the top reasons why there is an odour in the house from a septic tank. All septic tanks have a trap component in the pipe. The function of this U-shaped pipe is to make sure that gases don’t seep through by blocking it with water. However, sometimes the water dries and gasses begin to seep into the house. This problem usually occurs in places like the bathroom.
Please call us on (08) 8563 9190 or fill in your details below and include information about your septic tank. We will contact you as soon as possible with details of what services we can provide. Thank you.