Septic tanks are great for waste disposal in rural areas. But if they run into issues like clogging, they can really stink. Since most of you farmers have septic systems on your farms or your homes near your farms, it’s important to make sure that they’re running smoothly. A clogged septic tank can be tough (and gross!) to deal with, and it can take time away from your farm.
Your septic tank is the one of the last things you should have to worry about when working on your farm! Managing this issue at home with a reliable, effective septic tank treatment can prevent a septic fiasco and help you focus on your farm.
Maintenance for Septic Tanks
Southland Organics' PORT is a powerful septic tank treatment that provides rapid waste degradation without any harsh chemicals. PORT efficiently and effectively breaks down waste in tanks and clears bio-solids for a healthy septic system. PORT opens up clogged pipes, often adding years between having your tank pumped.
This means you can “set it and forget it.” That means you can add PORT as a septic tank treatment and then go focus on your business! No need to worry about drain field issues at home while you’re on the job.
Since PORT is all-natural and powered by bacteria, it works without harmful chemicals and is totally safe for you, your family, your pets, livestock and the environment. This means anything that goes in your drain field will not have harsh chemicals in it that will impact you, your water or your animals.
PORT breaks down solids with scientifically-selected aerobic bacteria that aerate sludge in septic tanks. It keeps drain lines clear and clog-free, and you only have to apply it once a month. Consider PORT to be working with nature instead of against it.
Our septic tank treatment is made and packaged in the USA, and it’s non-corrosive. With PORT you can commit fully to your farm knowing that your septic system at home is taken care of.
For a 500-gallon septic tank with a drain field, we recommend pouring 8 ounces of PORT as a monthly septic tank treatment.
For problematic septic systems with 500-gallon tanks, a monthly dose of 1 gallon of PORT will resolve most issues within a couple of applications.
See more information about PORT on our product page.
If you have any questions about PORT septic tank treatment, contact Allen Reynolds at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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About the Author
This blog was written by Izy Dobbins, Southland Organics' Marketing Manager. Izy has devoted her education and career to communicating science-related topics. With an enthusiasm for sharing accurate and honest content relating to science and agriculture, she ensures Southland Organics' publications are as informative as they are interesting. Izy graduated from the University of Georgia with a bachelor's degree in advertising, minors in both Spanish and environmental health science and a Certificate in Sustainability. She has been working at Southland Organics since 2021. Learn more about Izy here.
This blog was edited by Allen Reynolds, Southland Organics’ Poultry Sales Manager. Allen spent years working on poultry farms, from installing equipment to dumping chicks. He has been helping poultry farmers overcome obstacles since 2014, focusing on poultry farm strength in the antibiotic-free environment since 2017. He has traveled thousands of miles and worked closely with hundreds of farmers during his time with Southland Organics. Allen is known by even more farmers from the YouTube channel Poultry Biosecurity, where he regularly appears in videos that educate farmers on topics like bird health and farm business. Learn more about Allen here.