Do septic tanks remove faeces completely yes or no?
- I feel betterLv 59 months ago
- BettyLv 712 months ago
- zipperLv 612 months ago
That would depend on how much bacteria the tank has with in it, most cases no!
- 12 months ago
No, tanks just store them for later use!
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- magix151Lv 712 months ago
No, but thats why you should use rid-ex.
- it is iLv 51 year ago
Remove? Not really- Bacteria in the tank digest it and break it down into smaller pieces and other forms. The solids sink to the bottom of the tank to be pumped out once in awhile, the liquid part flows out into a leach field and you smell the gaseous parts
- LônLv 71 year ago
How many times are you going to ask this??....it must be 5 in the last few days.....stop it!!!
- Pearl LLv 71 year ago
they should , if they dont there might be a problem
- Karen LLv 71 year ago
They do the same thing they did the last six times you asked this.
- Anonymous1 year ago
If you use RID-X, it's like releasing an army of Pac-Man to gobble up all your doo doos.