Royal Flush Septic has specialized in designing septic systems and septic system installation throughout the Mat-Su Valley since 1996. No matter what you needs, our professionals can perform a new worry free septic system installation for your home or business.
We are proud to manufacture concrete septic tanks made in Alaska right here in Wasilla.
Royal Flush Septic is not only your leading installation, pumping and maintenance company, but we also manufacture our own high quality concrete septic tanks right here in Wasilla, Alaska.
Our concrete septic tanks are made to the highest standards and are are built to last in Alaska’s climate and soil conditions. The benefits of a concrete tank over steel are many and if you want a tank that will last for decades choose a concrete septic tank built right here for Alaska.
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Septic tanks provide treatment of water coming from your home or business, and work in the same way as a large, private sewage treatment plant. They are composed of pipes leading into and out of the tank, the septic tank itself, and a drain field. With careful septic system maintenance including regular pumping, septic tanks are an economical sewage solution that also help protect the environment by requiring less pipe installation. If your septic system installation is properly designed, constructed and maintained, your septic system can provide long-term, effective treatment of household wastewater.
Waste water flows from your home or business into the tank, where the wastewater is allowed to decompose using naturally occurring bacteria, and then flows into the drainfield. To further explain the decomposition process of the wastewater, let’s imagine we are looking at a cross section of a septic tank. (See Picture) The water has just made its way into the septic tank through a sewer pipe, and will settle in the tank until the waste and water separate with time. Waste such as oil and grease will float to the surface of the septic tank, creating scum, while solid waste heavier than water will fall to the bottom, creating sludge.
While bacteria naturally found in the waste are working to break the waste down, the partially clarified waste water that remains in the center of the tank is then filtered through a pipe into the drain field area, also called a leech field or disposal field. Oftentimes screens are used to ensure that no solid waste enters the drain field area, and this solid waste is cleared out each time the septic tank system is pumped. Septic system maintenance is key to keeping your system operating properly.
As the wastewater enters the drain field, it is carefully filtered and distributed through a series of trenches, gravel and perforated pipes that allow the water to release slowly, with the gravel acting as filters.
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