Septic Treatment Products

Septic Tank Bacteria and Enzyme Mixture
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Septic Tank Bacteria and Septic Tank Enzymes

Environmentally Safe Septic Tank Bacteria

Septic Treatment Packets

Septic Tank Bacteria Packets

$59.99 - Free shipping in the US

Septic Treatment Cannisters

Septic Tank Bacteria Cannisters

$69.99 - Free shipping in the US


Septic System Maintenance


With today's modern watertight systems, no natural enzymes or bacteria can penetrate the septic tank walls. The only way the necessary enzymes and bacteria can enter is through your toilets, sinks, tubs and drains. Enzymes and bacteria must be present to keep your septic tank working effeciently between periodic pumpings.


A failing septic system isn't like your car when it's low on oil.
NO RED LIGHT will go on to warn you.
One day it's fine, the next day there's trouble.


Call your pumper regularly to pump out the sludge in your tank. How often you need pumping is determined by the size of your family, the size of your septic system, whether or not you use a garbage disposal, and the care your system has had in the past. Rely on your septic professional's expert advice and experience to determine how often your septic tank needs to be pumped.

After pumping out your tank, add a packet of our septic treatment enzyme and bacteria monthly. The 5 enzyme/bacteria waste digestant will help to keep the enzyme and bacteria level high in your septic system. Your daily use of home care products destroy enzymes and bacteria, therefore, they must be replaced periodically.

Our Septic Treatment products work where bacteria based products alone will not.


Our septic treatment products are unique in that each ingredient is functional or contributes to the biodegradation process. Our 5 enzymes are:
  1. PROTEASE - breaks down proteins
  2. LIPASE - breaks down grease
  3. PECINASE - breaks down pectins and gums
  4. CELLULASE - breaks down papers and fibers
  5. AMYLASE - breaks down starches

In addition, we add five highly specialized strains of bacteria for digestion of the wastes. Once placed in your septic system, they will double their population approximately every twenty minutes.
Septic Tank Bacteria and Septic Tank Enzymes
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