NJ’s record breaking wet cold winter weather has wrecked havoc on our septic systems. And with an upcoming spring thaw it will certainly continue to being problematic for our septic systems. Why? You ask.
Septic Systems NJ-Blog Septic with A-Norton
In regards to Septic System Maintenance, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced SepticSmart Week-September 23rd to September 27th, 2013.
Now everyone is talking about the new heir to the Royal
Throne but here at A Norton Septic Contracting we are always talking about
Royal Thrones-Your toilet & your septic system. Most people do not realize the importance of a good working toilet & what occurs behind the scene.
Cesspools-When you think of this word a pretty picture does not come to mind. There is a reason for that especially here in New Jersey if you have a septic system instead of sewers. According to NJDEP code N.J.A.C 7:9A Standards for Individual Subsurface Sewage Disposal Systems -Subchapter: 7:9A-3:16 Other sanitary sewage disposal systems
For Septic System Installers or Septic System Contractors the New Year is approaching fast in New Jersey. For those that may or may not know-NJDEP has required all Septic System authorized installers to be certified by January 1st, 2013. This certification is titled Certified Installer of Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems (advanced level) or CIOWTS issued by the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) Listed below are the requirements by NJDEP.
Septic Systems 101 will give you some valuable information on septic system care. A-Norton Septic Contracting class is starting. Get your pen & paper ready to take notes on septic system maintenance so you too can be Septic Educated!
Septic systems & sprinklers: A match made in water heaven? Not really. Homes that are serviced by a Septic System (Individual Subsurface Sewage Disposal System) usually have a sprinkler system as well. A sprinkler system consists of pvc pipework that is installed as an underground irrigation systems and have pop up sprinkler heads in various zones to keep your lawn looking its best. Great for your lawn-bad for your septic system.
Do April Showers really bring May Flowers?
Not in the septic system world. April showers bring headaches & backups for a septic system that may be malfunctioning. (Not draining correctly)